Festival des Architectures Vives Installation / Pseudonyme Architects
Architecture, Cultural Architecture

Festival des Architectures Vives Pavilion / Pseudonyme Architects

The “Festival des Architectures Vives” is an architectural festival for the general public to discover or rediscover the historical landmarks of the city of Montpellier and the city of La Grande Motte. The festival also gives the opportunity to young architects from all over the world to build their first project. This year young Architects are Jeremy Germe and Chloé Thomazo.

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Unfinished / Spanish Pavilion at Venice Biennale 2016

Venice Architecture Biennale 2016: this year’s Golden Lion-winning Spanish Pavilion focuses on unfinished structures. “Unfinished” presents a selection of projects developed in the Iberian Peninsula over the last ten years that epitomize a new type of architectural intervention. Spanish Pavilion Photographs Virtual tour Spaninsh Pavilion in Venice Biennale is a space that aims to reflect on the “unfinished” architectures in…

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The Nordic Pavilion in Brussels for the World Exhibition of 1962 / Sverre Fehn
20th Century Retrospective, Cultural Architecture

The Nordic Pavilion in Brussels for the World Exhibition of 1962 / Sverre Fehn

The Nordic Pavilion for the Venice Biennale (1958-1962), designed by Sverre Fehn to represent Sweden, Finland, and Norway, is a project that deals with Nordic identity. In his work, Fehn makes an analogy between building and storytelling, and between materials and language. In this article we also included photographs of the Norwegian Pavilion for the 1958 Brussels World Exhibition that…

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Cultural Architecture

Serpentine Pavilion Design 2016 / BIG

The Serpentine Gallery has unveiled the designs for the 2016 Serpentine Gallery Pavilion in London designed by BIG. The new installation will feature a tall pointed structure made of interlocking fibreglass “bricks”showing an “unzipped wall”. In addition this year the Serpentine gallery will host four smaller “summer houses” designed by Kunlé Adeyemi – NLÉ, Barkow Leibinger, Yona Friedman and Asif Khan.

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