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LAKE PAVILION

Founded in Porto and exploring the complementarity of its members, depA collective is a space for architectural creation and discussion, in terms of architectural projects and their interdisciplinary variables. depA has developed a wide array of highly demanding and different architectural projects, both public and private.

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TALLINN ARCHITECTURE BIENNALE PAVILION

Gilles Retsin is a London based architect and designer investigating new architectural models that engage with the potential of increased computational power and fabrication to generate buildings and objects with a previously unseen structure, detail and materiality. His work is interested in the impact of computation on the core principles of architecture – the bones rather than the skin.

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MARTELL PAVILION

SelgasCano is an architectural partnership between José Selgas and Lucía Cano. After the 2015’s colourful plastic-wrapped Serpentine Gallery Pavilion, they recently designed their first intervention in France, a vast pavilion of translucent waves that fills the courtyard of the Fondation d’entreprise Martell in Cognac.

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SERPENTINE PAVILION 2017

For the 2017 Serpentine Pavilion, Diébédo Francis Kéré and his studio realized “a community structure within Kensington Gardens that fuses cultural references of Francis’ home country Burkina Faso with experimental construction techniques.”

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CHINA PAVILION, EXPO MILANO 2015

Studio Link-Arc, in collaboration with the Tsinghua University, will design the Chinese Pavilion at the 2015 Milan Expo. The pavilion follows the Expo’s theme, “Feeding the Planet – Energy for Life,”. Its name is “Land of Hope” and the core idea of Studio Link-Arc and Tsinghua University is:  “hope can be realized when nature and the city exist in harmony.”

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DESIGN WEEK MEXICO 2017

Design Week Mexico is ready for its 9th edition which will take place from October 11th – 15th. The event will celebrate creativity and design with a range of activities, from exhibitions and temporary installations to interventions and talks, turning the capital into an international platform for innovation.

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FREELANDBUCK

Freelandbuck is an architecture office based in Los Angeles and founded in 2009 by David Freeland and Brennan Buck. In their work, Freelandbuck often plays with lines in perspective, bridging the gap between bi-dimensional drawings and 3D shapes.

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EGILL SÆBJÖRNSSON

Having spent a decade inside Egil Sæbjörnsson’s mind, his two Troll friends, Ūgh and Bõögâr, have now taken full control of the Icelandic Pavilion appointing themselves as the real artists of the show.

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PHYLLIDA BARLOW

With a long career behind her, Phyllida Barlow has been given the spotlight of the British Pavilion and turned the neoclassical building into a joyous and rough universe with her project “Folly”.

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ERKKA NISSINEN AND NATHANIEL MELLORS

Harbingers of anarchic humor aiming to shake some intellectual borders, the bi national collaborators Nissinen (Finland) and Mellors (UK) have invaded the Finnish Pavilion at the Biennale with talking eggs and acid laughter.

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CARLOS AMORALES

With “Life in the folds” Carlos Amorales brings to the Mexican Pavilion at the Venice Biennale the condensation of a career-long interest in the ambiguity of abstraction and figuration, taking form in a sprawling metamorphosis of shapes becoming signs, signs turning into sounds, sounds echoing into myths.

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FONDACO DEI TEDESCHI

First constructed in 1228, Fondaco dei Tedeschi is one of Venice’s largest and most recognizable buildings and it has recently been renewed by OMA to host a department store – unfortunately yes, a department store.

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COLLAGE HOUSE

SPS+ Architects was established in 1960 by Wendell Rossman, a forward-thinking architect who developed the practice follow precedent of innovation through design

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CLOUD SEEDING

Made by MODU, Cloud Seeding is an “old but gold” project (2014) that we’ve never talked about. MODU is a New York based interdisciplinary architecture practice – with an affiliate studio in Rome – specialized in smart design that connects people to their environments.

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SHELTER

Beijing-based Li Hao designed and built the pavilion for a spot on the north bank of the Longxi River next to the old town of Longli in Wenchuan County.

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ANNETTE MESSAGER

Annette Messager is a French visual artist. In 2005 she won the Golden Lion Award at the Venice Biennale for her artwork at the French Pavilion and this year she won the prestigious Praemium Imperiale International Arts Award.

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LONDON DESIGN FAIR 2016

Located in the creative heart of East London, the London Design Fair is a four-day industry event that brings together 500 exhibitors from 29 countries, including independent designers, established brands, international country pavilions, and galleries. To mark their 10th anniversary and to accommodate continuing growth, the London Design Fair will grow to include an additional 3,500sqm 3rd floor at the Old Truman Brewery in East London. This year will see the introduction of two trade-only days and further 10th anniversary celebrations, with top name designers, brands, and media. The largest collection of international exhibitions, designers, brands, country pavilions and galleries in one destination during the London Design Festival.

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BENCH

Japanese designer Tokujin Yoshioka, has created a golden brass bench that looks like water ripples. Named “Water Block”, it’s recently exhibitited at the Golden Pavilion Temple – Kinkaku-ji in Kyoto, it is inspired by his own original piece, made out of glass. To create the product first the brass was melted in a 1100 degree furnace. Using the same technique used to create traditional Buddha statues, the extremely hot liquid brass was then poured into a sand mold. Once the liquid brass cools and hardens, it’s then removed from the sand mold and handed over to experienced craftsmen to polish it to a shimmering gold. The end result is a golden shimmering bench covered in ripples. More projects on his website!

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DUBAI DESIGN WEEK 2015 #DXBDW

2015 is also the year of the first Dubai Design Week edition, held in partnership with Dubai Design District (d3), under the Patronage of Her Highness Sheikha Latifa bint Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Vice-Chairman of Dubai Culture & Arts Authority. The Design Week was also supported by both the Dubai Culture and Arts Authority (DCAA), and the Dubai Design and Fashion Council (DDFC).

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