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A new temporary pavilion for Camerich

The temporary structure made entirely of bamboo describes a new sequence of “open rooms” bounded by a modular grid that characterizes the entire installation.

A small entrance welcomes visitors, who begin an experience by passing through a series of ever-changing spaces described by variable visions characterized by a continuous relationship between the exposed objects and the viewer.

The installation enacts scenes of everyday life: small seating areas, the living room, the bedroom, niches for being. Set-ups that follow one another along the path highlighting the relationship between the objects and the actions of the viewer.

The choice of bamboo suggests a strong and synergistic relationship between nature/artifice, order/chaos: a readily available, fast-growing, and renewable natural material and above all one of the oldest materials used for building both in Asia and in many parts of the world.

The temporary installation is easily disassembled and reassembled by adapting it to the size of future spaces. The construction system allows modular units of different sizes to be composed together and the details satisfy the requirements for assembly and disassembly in a matter of days.



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