At the 16th Venice Architecture Biennale, Vietnamese architect Vo Trong Nghia presents a beautiful temporary pavilion, named Bamboo Stalactite, entirely made in bamboo
Entitled Vatican Chapels and located on the Island of San Giorgio, the pavilion of the Holy See at the 2018 Venice Architecture Biennale presents ten temporary chapels designed by acclaimed international architects
For the first time, Lebanon participates in the Venice Architecture Biennale with the exhibition “The Place that Remains. Recounting the unbuilt territory”.
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 steel and bent plywood pavilion designed by Ben van Berkel of UNStudio in 2009 for the celebrations of the centennial of the Burnham Plan of Chicago
The revised Makoko Floating School II by Nigerian architect Kunlé Adeyemi, from NLÉ, winner of the Silver Lion at the Venice Architecture Biennale 2016
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 Pauhu temporary pavilion was realized as a part of Tampere Architecture Week, Finland, with state-of-art digital design and wood fabrication processes
The aim to convey the national cultural heritage to young people led the Ministry of Culture of Jalisco to commission Estudio 3.14 the design of a pavilion
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
The United Kingdom participation at EXPO 2015 is entitled “Grown in Britain: Shared Globally”. Its beehive-like pavilion is designed by Wolfgang Buttress
Designed by Michele de Lucchi, the Pavilion Zero at EXPO is inspired by the morphology of the Earth’s crust to depict the relation between us and our Planet
The pavilion of Switzerland at EXPO 2015 presents an interesting interpretation of the theme of the consumption of food and water resources
Designed by Artuthur Casas, the pavilion of Brazil at EXPO 2015 features a huge elastic mesh, suspended over a garden, as a metaphor of Brazilian diversity
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 pavilion of France at EXPO 2015 by XTU architects and Studio Rispal resembles a covered market where present and future of food production are presented