Inhabits – Milan Design Village presents at Parco Sempione 5 prototypes of modular and sustainable micro-houses, emergency shelters, and urban pavilions
Installed at the University of Milan for the Design Week 2017, Wave/Cave is an open pavilion made in ceramics, designed by New York-based SHoP Architects.
The spiraling architecture of the Denmark pavilion at Shanghai Expo 2010 by Bjarke Ingels Group housed a little futuristic Danish city teleported to China
The Burnham Pavilion in Chicago, designed by Zaha Hadid in 2009 to celebrate Burnham’s Plan, was a temporary venue made in tensile fabric
Indian Studio Mumbai – Bijoy Jain designed a 12 meter-high temporary pavilion made in bamboo to be installed in 2016 in Queen Victoria Gardens, Melbourne
“Living in the Wall” is an experimental housing installation realized by the 21er Haus together with the Vienna University of Technology
London. The 2016 Serpentine Summer Pavilion at Kensington Gardens by BIG – Bjarke Ingels Group is based on a “warped” brick wall.
The Facebook group “Dismantling Expo” testifies the final fate of the national pavilions at Expo Milan 2015 and the dark fascination of fading architecture
The water-filtering installation Cosmo by Andrés Jaque. winner of the Young Architect Program 2015, is on view at the MoMA PS1 in New York until September 6
“Padiglione Italia” is the official pavilion of Italy at EXPO 2015 Milan; a white building which photo-catalytic concrete facades resemble a urban forest
The biomorph pavilion of Germany at EXPO 2015, entitled Fields of Ideas, presents a sustainable use of natural resources and the richness of the German land
Designed by B720 Fermìn Vàzquez Arquitectos, the timber and steel pavilion of Spain at EXPO 2015 presents the Spanish territory, products and gastronomy
The design of the United Arab Emirates pavilion at the EXPO 2015 in Milan by Foster + Partners is inspired by UAE’s architecture, landscape and desert dunes
The China pavilion at EXPO 2015 Milan designed by Tsinghua University-Studio Link-Arc is an intriguing vision of a “Land of Hope” where city and nature meet
The pavilion of Austria at the EXPO 2015 in Milan, entitled “breathe.austria” brings the visitors into the air, smells and sounds of an Austrian forest
Favilla, installation in Piazza San Fedele in Milan, designed by Attilio Stocchi, is an immersive tale made of light and a narrator’s voice