In Fall 2020 Architectural Conservancy of Ontario and Giaimo revealed a new temporary public art installation, Brighter Days Ahead, at The Oculus Pavilion, Toronto
MPavilion—Australia’s most loved architecture and design event—will take residency at the architecturally significant Parkade Carpark designed by Melbourne architect Peter McIntyre
The Cloud Forests is an installation that caters to different generations – all ages can appreciate its design; adults living around enjoy it as an art object, and children play with it
Designed by Walker Warner Architects, Kalihiwai Pavilion is a multi-purpose pavilion, a flexible gathering space where the homeowners can entertain up to 400 people.
Longfu Life Experience Center Building design by LUO studio in Puyang County, Henan Province, China: universally-used space created by general timbers and techniques – temporary architecture
Designed by Preston Lane Architects, Kangaroo Bay Pavilion in Hobart, offers a barbeque area and accessible changing facility and ancillary storage.
Sunrise Garden Pavilion, a sleek, modern cabin in the hills above the Sonoma Wine Country, California design by Feldman Architecture to respond to its rugged, remote & beautiful surroundings
‘MPavilion: Encounters with Design and Architecture’ book explores how each architect addressed this annual building event in Victoria, investigates critical use of pavilions, parks, and public spaces
The magnificent clubhouse at Fairhaven Golf Course – one of the finest in the North of England – £1.25 million refurbishment by leading architect, design and masterplanning practice Frank Whittle Partnership (FWP).
Sound Intervention at Mies van der Rohe Pavilion, Barcelona: “It Begins With One Word. Choose Your Own” by Katarzyna Krakowiak, a new structure, both architectural and linguistic.
Designed by IDOM, Fire Station No. 4 in the Casetas neighborhood, is located on a publicly owned plot next to the Casetas municipal swimming pools, in a well-connected area, which allows speedy emergency exits.
Designed by Henn Architekten the organically shaped Porsche Pavilion is sitting at the central axis of the theme park and offers 400 sqm of space for exhibitions and presentations.
The project strategy by PAR Arquitectos refers to the pergola as an architectural reference: light and autonomous frame as an integral support of nature and multiple activities.
Designed by Feldman Architecture, The Pavilion in San Jose, California, is hidden from public view from all but a few spots, organically blending into the surrounding geography.
Designed by NEON Shiver House was previously installed in 2015 as part of the Barfotastigen exhibition in Korppoo, Finland. The project was intended to be in-situ for 4 months only, but it was kept on-site on a longer-term basis.
Designed by Maurice Martel architecte, Pavilion A in Saint-Bruno-de-Montarville, Quebec was inspired by Philip Johnson’s Glass House and the Ben Rose House from the movie Ferris Bueller’s Day Off, it is a tribute to modern architecture.
The Burleigh Pavilion at Burleigh Heads on Australia’s Gold Coast, is one such iconic beach ‘Pavilion’ structure. Alexander &CO. is responsible for the renovations and expansion.