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Monte-Carlo Pavillions / Affine Design

01:00 - 24 December, 2014
Monte-Carlo Pavillions / Affine Design, © Rémy Schejbal
© Rémy Schejbal

© Laurent Rouvrais © Rémy Schejbal © Rémy Schejbal © Rémy Schejbal +25

Yacht Club de Monaco / Foster + Partners

01:00 - 2 July, 2014
© Nigel Young | Foster + Partners
© Nigel Young | Foster + Partners
  • Architects

  • Location

    Monte Carlo, Monaco
  • Design Team

    Norman Foster, Spencer de Grey, David Nelson, Nigel Dancey, Patrick Campbell, Ivan Kaye, David Summerfield, James Barnes, Ulrich Hamann, Hugh Stewart, Annamaria Anderloni, Katy Roach
  • Area

    26550.0 sqm
  • Project Year

    2014
  • Photographs

© Nigel Young | Foster + Partners © Nigel Young | Foster + Partners © Nigel Young | Foster + Partners © Nigel Young | Foster + Partners +24

The Simona / Jean-Pierre Lott Architecte

01:00 - 12 November, 2012
The Simona / Jean-Pierre Lott Architecte, © Serge Demailly
© Serge Demailly
  • Architects

  • Location

    Monaco
  • Design Team

    Agence Jean-Pierre Lott, Suzanne Belaieff
  • Contractor

    SAM Esperanza
  • Area

    7,500 sqm
  • Project Year

    2012
  • Photographs

    Serge Demailly, Courtesy of Jean-Pierre Lott Architecte

© Serge Demailly © Serge Demailly © Serge Demailly Courtesy of Jean-Pierre Lott Architecte +20

Monaco Pavilion / NAÇO Architecture

00:33 - 19 May, 2010
Copyright Hu Wenkit
Copyright Hu Wenkit

As the previous pavilions we have featured on AD for the World Expo 2010 illustrate, the exhibition is, undoubtedly, a giant testing ground to experiment with the latest avant-garde design concepts. In late March, we featured Naço Architectures pavilion and we have just be informed of some details of the facade treatment.  The facade’s main focus was to capitalize on Monaco’s seemingly eternal presence of sun and sea. Designed so visitors will experience different lighting effects, the pavilion’s prominent water screen casts its reflections on and around the pavilion’s façade, “to symbolize a country surrounded by sea and sunshine and attached to respect its environment.”

More images and more about the facade after the break.