For its 2020 edition, the “Hut Festival / Le Festival des cabanes”, an international architectural competition, awarded a prize to the“Exercice” collective. The festival aims at the construction of twelve ephemeral wooden structures in the Lake Annecy region (Savoy, France), selected upon the dialog and relation they create with both their surround...
Chevaline, Haute Savoie, France
David Foessel, Yannick Perrin, Collectif Exercice
A first excerpt – the Netherlands Pavilion. Photographer Piet Niemann re-visited the EXPO-site and documented the current state in a comprehensive body of work, 20 years after the world fair took place. The first extract of this project focuses exclusively on the icon and most popular Pavilion of the time – the Netherlands Pavilion.
Cambo Actus, Capture One, Adobe Photoshop
The Netherlands Pavilion of the Expo 2000 – 20 years after the world fair took place
Miroslav Naskov: Located on the shore of a lake, Pavilion house is a concept of a design intervention embedded into nature and becoming part of it. With its transparency it blurs the boundary between in and out, natural and artificial. The surrounding environment is invited to become part of the architecture and vice versa.
Pavilion Lake House
Autodesk Maya, Autodesk 3ds Max, Corona Renderer, Adobe Photoshop
The Leonardo Glass Cube in Bad Driburg was designed by the German design studio 3deluxe and celebrated its opening in March 2007. After numerous innovative temporary design projects and architectural concepts, the Glass Cube is the first permanent building 3deluxe was able to realize.
Leonardo Glass Cube
Bad Driburg, Germany
Dynamic Forms / Martin Foddanu Photography
The Dubai-based architecture studio MEAN* (Middle East Architecture Network) designed a 3D printed pavilion for welcoming visitors into the desert of Wadi Rum, south of Jordan.
Project description by the architects:
A pavilion that celebrates the heritage of hospitality in the spirit of tomorr...