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  • As part of the celebrations of the 25th anniversary of the International Prize of Catalonia, the pavilion was conceived as a visual catalog of the various stakeholders involved in its long history. The original request, due to reasons of schedule and budget, was to design an exhibition at one of the smaller rooms of the […]


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  • The Truffle is a piece of nature built with earth, full of air. A space within a stone that sits on the ground and blends with the territory. It camouflages, by emulating the processes of mineral formation in its structure, and integrates with the natural environment, complying with its laws. We made a hole in […]


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Following selection in the 2011 competition UNStudio’s World Horticultural Expo Theme Pavilion in Qingdao has been realised. The World Horticultural Expo 2014 takes place the Chinese city of Qingdao (from April to October 2014) and is expected to attract 15 million international visitors. The main theme of the expo is ‘From the Earth, For the […]


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Japanese and Danish design cultures have enjoyed worldwide appeal for years and despite their long geographic distance, they share the simplicity and authenticity in their design approach. By the end of the 19th century, Danish artists and architects were among the first in the Western world to embrace Japanese art and craftsmanship and created an […]


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