“A life-size environment for exploring architectural ideas in public, the pavilion is the architectural equivalent of the concept car. Yet unlike concept cars, which often generate headlines, pavilions seldom get much attention outside of specialized contexts like the Venice Architecture Biennale. A new exhibition at San Francisco’s Museum of Craft and Design makes a strong case for the pavilion’s importance, and may even help to bring more attention to the pavilion-building practice.” Read full article in Forbes by Jonaton Keats here.
Architects Experiment With The Future Of Construction By Building Their Biggest Visions In MiniatureMCD August 23, 2017
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