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2:pm architectures | Pavillon Meawood

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MEAWOOD is a morocan company working in laminated wood structure. 2:pm architectures designed an exhibition stand ti promote the brand during BATIMAT 2013 trade-show in Paris. That exhibition stand is all building with 450x160cm section oregon’s pine beam. That material mechanical properties are totally exploited to offer big cantilever overhangs which let the light enter. We choose to design a very simple building to get a strong spatial effect. 

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Location: Salon Batimat 2013, Paris, France
Architect: 2:pm architectures
Client: Meawood (Marocco)
Program: Exhibition stand
Materials: Oregon’s Pine
Work team: MEAWOOD
Research: Sept 2013
Development: Oct 2013
Building: Oct 2013 > Nov 2013
Opening: Nov 2013
 
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