Tag Pavilions

Rooi Design and Research, Pavilion S and the circular economy

27-08-2020

Rooi Design and Research, Pavilion S and the circular economy

The studio Rooi Design and Research designed Pavilion S, a sustainable project under the banner of the circular economy. Within their pavilion, the multidisciplinary team addressed one of the big problems of temporary showrooms in the exhibitions and fairs that come and go, at a time when it is essential to save resources.

FTA - Filippo Taidelli Architetto designs Emergency Hospital 19, a modular and sustainable hospital

06-08-2020

FTA - Filippo Taidelli Architetto designs Emergency Hospital 19, a modular and sustainable hospital

Emergency Hospital 19 is the new concept developed by architect Filippo Taidelli in collaboration with Humanitas and Techint, to sustain hospitals with the management and containment of infectious diseases when needed. It is a modular, flexible, sustainable and self-sufficient healthcare structure, an emergency architecture with the capabilities of a permanent building.

Federico Delrosso Teca House, a transparent retreat surrounded by nature

22-07-2020

Federico Delrosso Teca House, a transparent retreat surrounded by nature

Architect Federico Delrosso transformed the reclamation of a little rural building in the splendid natural setting of the hills outside Biella into a homage to Philip Johnson’s Glass House. Teca House is a building which is rooted in the land it stands on and still displays signs of its past, but is ready to be used in new ways as a guesthouse, meeting room, or intimate retreat in which to read or practice yoga surrounded by nature.

OPUS ONE by CCD in Foshan

03-07-2020

OPUS ONE by CCD in Foshan

The designers of the Chinese studio CCD/Cheng Chung Design have created the cultural pavilion for OPUS ONE, a new development in the Qiandeng Lake area in Foshan, Guangdong. It is all designed so that the new occupants can live in symbiosis with nature, the real luxury in metropolises.

CIVIC’s steel pavilion with vierendeel trusses in Tilburg

12-06-2020

CIVIC’s steel pavilion with vierendeel trusses in Tilburg

A steel and timber pavilion designed by CIVIC architects stands on an old grain wharf in Tilburg, in the Netherlands

MultiPly, a carbon neutral installation at Madrid Design Festival 2020

26-02-2020

MultiPly, a carbon neutral installation at Madrid Design Festival 2020

MultiPly, an eight-metre-high wooden pavilion is a collaboration between Waugh Thistleton Architects, the American Hardwood Export Council (AHEC) and ARUP to respond to two of the greatest challenges of our time: the growing need for housing and the urgency to fight change climate, presenting as a solution the fusion of modular systems and sustainable building materials.

Counterspace to design the Serpentine Pavilion 2020

17-02-2020

Counterspace to design the Serpentine Pavilion 2020

The firm that will design the new Serpentine Pavilion, the temporary structure that every year hosts the summer programming of the Serpentine Galleries in London's Kensington Gardens, was announced on February 10. The firm selected is the Counterspace architecture studio based in Johannesburg (South Africa), led by architects Sumayya Vally, Sarah de Villiers and Amina Kaskar and, as per tradition, the pavilion will be their first work in the United Kingdom.

Wooden structure for the ICU New Physical Education Center by Kengo Kuma

03-01-2020

Wooden structure for the ICU New Physical Education Center by Kengo Kuma

The ICU New Physical Education Center in Tokyo by Kengo Kuma is a complex consisting of wooden gyms with different types of structures created with a high level of expertise in the fields of construction and design

The circular economy in a sustainable installation by Josep Ferrando Architecture

17-12-2019

The circular economy in a sustainable installation by Josep Ferrando Architecture

Circular economy and sustainability aren’t just buzzwords, they’re important issues that need to be addressed if we want to try and mitigate the climate crisis. The building industry has become increasingly aware of its impact, so for the Barcelona Building Construmat (BBConstrumat), Josep Ferrando Architecture developed a sustainable installation based on the criteria of the circular economy.

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