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BarriosEscudero | Pabellon Ricchezze

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The Pavilion is created as a differentiated space in its environment for the exhibition of furniture, in relation to the sculptural and visual senses arising from complementary curves created from the ergonomy of a seat and the emulation to woodgrain.

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BARRIOSESCUDERO_PABELLON_RICCHEZZE_020It exposes MDF, the same material used to the fabrication of the displayed furniture, showing its potential as material for design. To promote the ingress, observation, comfort and privacy necessary for the public attention were the premises of interior design.

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BARRIOSESCUDERO_PABELLON_RICCHEZZE_006The pieces were mounted through a set of inserts without the need for subjection. The pavilion is modulated from standard dimension boards of MDF. The geometry and arrangement of trimming curves were designed to achieve zero waste.

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Location: Cordoba City, Cordoba, Argentina. FIMAR 2014 Exposition(FeriaInternacional del Mueble Argentino), at FORJA Events Center.
Architect: BarriosEscudero
Program: Pavilion for exhibition and sale of furniture
Total Area: 78 m2
Status: Completed
Drawing Team: Juan Barrios + Mercedes Escudero
Company: BarriosEscudero
Photography: Mercedes Escudero
Awards: “Ernesto Humeler” Prize. Category: Best Pavilion at FIMAR 2014
 
 
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