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Temporary Art Pavillion / 4F-K

Temporary Art Pavillion / 4F-K

Our friend Péter Archibald Bodola sent us their design of a temporary art pavillion for a competition called TOGS (Temporary Outdoor Gallery Space) in March of this year, where 200 entries from all over the world were received by the organizers. The temporary architecture installation is an outdoor exhibit which provides prestigious gallery space.

More images and architect’s description after the break.

We imagined the pavilion as the foreground of the “Light Box”, which we wanted to emphasize as an entrance-gate like design. Walking through the pavilion gives a special space-experience, with the help of this the visitors are prepared of the exhibition.

The unique geometrical construction shows the possibility of the FACIT-system. We endeavored to the statue-like appear at the design of the construction of the pavilion. On this behalf we worked with hidden connections and simple materials. We set light shade canvas between the wooden structural frames. Mobile furniture system – which can be converted easily – serves the different claims of the three expected scenarios.

Architects: Péter Bodola, Gábor Böszörményi, Alex Fülöp, Zombor Lukács, Balázs Szirmai

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Sebastian Jordana
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Cite: Sebastian Jordana. "Temporary Art Pavillion / 4F-K" 09 May 2009. ArchDaily. Accessed . <https://www.archdaily.com/21630/temporary-art-pavillion-4f-k/> ISSN 0719-8884
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