temporary pavilion

#nextarch by @cooperhewitt #next_top_architects The architectural forms of Jenny Sabin (@sabinjenny) are inspired by nature and mathematics. PolyThread (2016) is a temporary pavilion commissioned for the #DesignTriennial. This knitted textile structure employs photoluminescent and solar active yarns that absorb, collect, and deliver light. Portable and lightweight, such a structure could be used outdoors to absorb light from the sun during the day and release it at night. 📷 by @brooklynarchitect #cooperhewitt

Preparación para montar estructuras pabellón temporal (visto desde calle Dr. Lavista esq. Niños Héroes), VIII Feria del Libro, Doctores, Cuauhtémoc, Ciudad de México 1960

Arqs. Alejandro Rojas C. y Alfonso Juárez P.

Preparing to assemble temporary pavilion structures (seen from Dr. Lavista at Ninos Heroes), VIII Book Fair, Doctores, Cuauhtemoc, Mexico City 1960

joeeydesu  asked:

Hi! I'm in 2nd year of Architectural Technology and our first project is about a demountable art gallery that can be taken apart and erect at any time. I'm having a hard time looking for case studies and precedents of a certain design I thought of. It's telescoping boxes that slides over each other and that can be arrange to form step-like façade if that makes sense? One building I saw that kinda has the similar idea was sliding house in England by dRMM architect. Many Thanks!

Why don’t you try pop-up pavilions or temporary installations? Did you check out the Chicago Architecture Biennial projects? You might find similar case studies that way!

All(Zone) Chicago Architecture Biennial

Chicago Horizon Chicago Architecture Biennial

Haven Pavilion NAS architecture

Pabellón de entrada, Estructuras de lona temporales erigidas para la VII Feria Mexicana del Libro, Plaza Ciudadela, la calle de Balderas entre Emilo Donde y José María Morelos, Cuauhtémoc, México DF, Julio 1956

Arqs. Raúl Cacho, Luis Cuevas y Raúl Salinas

Entrance pavilion, Temporary canvas structures erected for the VII Mexico Book Fair, Plaza Ciudadela, Baldaras between Emilo Donde and Jose Maria Morelos, Cuauhtemoc, Mexico City,  July 1956