// arthitectural / Pavilion
  • The Arts Pavilion (the “Pavilion”) will be used as an exhibition and event pavilion for organizations and interested artists, designers and other parties planning to stage independent exhibitions and events. It will also be the primary home for exhibitions and programs organized by M+, Hong Kong’s museum for visual culture, before the completion of its […]


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  • Transparency unveils the lake and the woodland. The pavilion is an open, multi-use space intended for the event Casa Cor 2008 and kept as lounge for announcements of InPar constructors. The 20-m span with seven trellises spaced 6.20 m stabilize the head-winded laterals. The footbridge connects the existing building. Glazed lateral walls are acoustically sloped. […]


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In the center of Frankfurt/Main, in the heart of the new Europaviertel district, the district’s developer aurelis Real Estate Management GmbH has built a three-wing wooden house as a meeting point for the fledgling neighborhood – thus was born Laube Liebe Hoffnung and with it a statement of responsibility and lively diversity in newly emerging […]


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Our first religious commission, La Estancia Chapel, was a wedding chapel conceived to celebrate the first day of a couple’s new life. Our second religious commission, The Sunset Chapel, had a diametrically opposite purpose: to mourn the passing of loved ones. This premise was the main driving force behind the design, the two had to […]


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