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YR Pavillion is an unusual project. A couple — both art collectors — want to expand their garden with the objective of creating a small private park. In order to do so, a new piece of land is being annexed beside the existing home, that must include a “Folie”, an inhabitable sculpture made up of three facilities: a massage room, a space for exercis...
Project name
YR Pavilion
Architecture firm
elton_leniz + Cruz-Mandiola
Location
Vitacura, Santiago, Chile
Photography
Estudio Palma, Francisco Cruz
Following the resounding success of the previous year, the multifunctional space KVIFF.TV Park designed by CHYBIK + KRISTOF is set to once again welcome visitors to the highly anticipated 57th edition of the Karlovy Vary Film Festival from 30 June until 8 July. Luminaries of the silver screen, filmmakers, musicians, and festival visitors will conve...
Project name
KVIFF.TV Park
Architecture firm
CHYBIK + KRISTOF
Location
Karlovy Vary, Czech Republic
Photography
Alex Shoots Buildings
Tarang's design takes into account the specific context of the South West location and incorporates a remarkable construction technique. The design showcases an innovative and thoughtful approach to address the pressing challenge of sustainable construction, creating a built environment that is environmentally friendly, culturally rich, and visuall...
Project name
TARANG (means waves in Hindi language) fluid like water
Architecture firm
tHE gRID Architects
Location
Gandhinagar, Gujarat, India
Photography
Vinay Panjwani, Photographix India
'The Pavilion of Floating Lights' aims to reinvent East Asian timber architecture, especially '-ru', the East Asian equivalence of a pavilion in bigger scale. Traditional assembling technics and structural systems such as wooden brackets are re-created in six tree-like columns of the project.
Project name
Pavilion of Floating Lights
Architecture firm
JK-AR
Location
Jinju, South Korea
Photography
Rohspace
The National Biodiversity Pavilion is a new space for UNAM, located in the cultural corridor of Ciudad Universitaria. The project was designed to grow and conserve the archives of the Institute of Biology, as well as to create thematic laboratories for the scientific study of the largest collection of extinct species in Latin America.
Project name
The National Biodiversity Pavilion (Pabellón Nacional de la Biodiversidad)
Architecture firm
Fernanda Ahumada + FREE
Location
UNAM, Ciudad Universitaria, Mexico City, Mexico
Photography
César Belio, Mariola Soberón
After finding sprouts of the endangered and endemic Guaiacum coulteri species, Fundación Casa Wabi created a nursery for the care and reproduction of Guayacan tree.The Guayacan Nursery is found upon entering the area of Casa Wabi area, next to the entrance. It is the first pavilion by location and the fourth intervention within this complex. Howeve...
Project name
Guayacan Pavilion (Pabellón Guayacan)
Architecture firm
Ambrosi Etchegaray
Location
Puerto Escondido, Oaxaca, Mexico
Photography
Jaime Navarro, Sergio López, Arlette del Hoyo
The tea pavilion located on the bank of the dam in Český Těšín was created as an intervention in public space as part of the Mood for Wood international workshop. When thinking about the concept, we start from the traditional Japanese architecture of tea houses rendered with contemporary means of expression. We work with a simple design principle o...
Project name
Tea House Pavilion
Architecture firm
GRAU architects
Location
49°44'48.9"N 18°36'07.9"E; Hrabinka Lake, Český Těšín, Czech Republic
Photography
Matej Hakár
The EXPO 2025 pavilion by Mjölk architekti is a welcoming wooden building conceived as a garden in the sky. It was created with ease and expresses the optimistic outlook of its authors for the future. The pavilion has been designed so that its realisation puts the least possible strain on the environment during fabrication, operation and transport...
Project name
Sky Under the Trees
Architecture firm
Mjölk architekti
Location
World EXPO 2025 in Osaka, Japan
Photography
Mjölk architekti