Pavilion designs for the 2020 Expo in Dubai – including Poem Pavilion by Es Devlin for the UK – by celebrated architects such as Foster + Partners, Santiago Calatrava, BIG and Grimshaw Architects – architecture news and images.
Pavilion Uguns is designed by Didzis Jaunzems Architecture as a place for meditation and conversation. The character of the architecture refers to dynamics, fluidity and shading of fire.
2020 Expo Dubai German Pavilion building design by LAVA, Architects – Cologne creativity and Swiss construction expertise for Dubai: facts and fiction + ADUNIC – airy construction under a striking freeform roof.
Wilshire Boulevard Temple, Los Angeles’ oldest Jewish congregation, start construction of Audrey Irmas Pavilion design by OMA: multi-use cultural, religious & event space on Wilshire Boulevard in Koreatown.
Taller David Dana’s proposal for the Ephemeral Pavilion was inspired by the Venezuelan plastic artist, Jesus Rafael Soto, who takes viewers by the hand through a playful journey.
Mirrored Sight Shelter, Longli, Guizhou, a building telling the story of the Longli people – a Chinese vernacular community that has experienced isolation and tension in southern China.
2020 Expo Dubai Austrian Pavilion design by Viennese architecture office querkraft, combining traditional building materials with modern techniques.
Portobello Pavilion 2018 London – ArchitectureDoingPlace appointed architects in collaboration with North Kensington artists, the Museum of Architecture, InTRANSIT curators O’Neill/Ross and the Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea’s Arts & Culture Service.
Tight Knit was announced as the first prize winner this afternoon at CHART. The design draws from the oldest traditions of craft – knitting and weaving.
Vespertine Culver City, Los Angeles design by Eric Owen Moss Architects – a tower which is neither a regular box, nor a clear departure from same: conceptually soft geometry, a twisted tower.
2020 Expo Dubai Korean Pavilion architectural design competition for unique and innovative building, to raise national brand value via creatively interpretation of mobility meaning for Korea.
MultiPly London Design Festival Flagship Pavilion 2018 – UK’s first hardwood cross laminated timber being used to construct Waugh Thistleton’s pavilion for the London Design Festival.
This project was designed in collaboration between Studio North and the University of Toronto Daniels School of Architecture. Over a 2 week period, Studio North led a design build seminar with the aim to create a new Welcome Pavilion for the village of Wellington, Ontario.
Portsoken Pavilion, a sculptural monocoque structure by Make Architects, has been unveiled as part of the City of London Corporation’s transformation of a former gyratory into a high-quality public space.