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Frame Pavilion / Menthol Architects

  • 07:45 - 14 August, 2019
  • Curated by Paula Pintos
Frame Pavilion / Menthol Architects
Frame Pavilion / Menthol Architects, © Anush Aleksanyan, Edvard Budnikov, Rastsislau Piakhouski
© Anush Aleksanyan, Edvard Budnikov, Rastsislau Piakhouski

© Anush Aleksanyan, Edvard Budnikov, Rastsislau Piakhouski © Anush Aleksanyan, Edvard Budnikov, Rastsislau Piakhouski © Anush Aleksanyan, Edvard Budnikov, Rastsislau Piakhouski © Anush Aleksanyan, Edvard Budnikov, Rastsislau Piakhouski + 19

  • Design team

    Liliana Krzycka, Rafał Pieszko, Artur Nitribitt, Rafał Pyster, Sergey Sasunkevich, Vlad Kalyada, Edward Budnikov, Andrei Ezepchik, Alexandra Pivo, Yana Kirvasy, Alesya Smolich, Anastasia Karpitskaya, yana Maevskaya, Ulyana Fateeva, Polina Vashkevich, Yanka Tsegla, Roma Teternik, Krystsina Kutsko, Egor Kononchik, Polina Rusakovich, Lyubov Taranda, Anya Gurschenkova, Daria Evstratova, Anya Klenovskaya
  • Clients

    Minsk Design Week
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© Anush Aleksanyan, Edvard Budnikov, Rastsislau Piakhouski
© Anush Aleksanyan, Edvard Budnikov, Rastsislau Piakhouski

Text description provided by the architects. Nowadays we chase fashionable design, while collecting more and more products. We travel the world to find another picturesque location or amuse with another attraction. Variety of choices has blinded us to what is just in front of us. We find ourselves overwhelmed by modern world and often suffer anxiety of being lag behind. Therefore, to improve our wellbeing, modern design shall help us to focus on “the moment” and appreciate every-day life.

© Anush Aleksanyan, Edvard Budnikov, Rastsislau Piakhouski
© Anush Aleksanyan, Edvard Budnikov, Rastsislau Piakhouski
© Anush Aleksanyan, Edvard Budnikov, Rastsislau Piakhouski
© Anush Aleksanyan, Edvard Budnikov, Rastsislau Piakhouski

FRAME pavilion guides us to recognize the beauty around and accentuate what is essential in our life. The path inside, takes us into four different directions, where through the openings, it frames certain sceneries and events.

© Anush Aleksanyan, Edvard Budnikov, Rastsislau Piakhouski
© Anush Aleksanyan, Edvard Budnikov, Rastsislau Piakhouski

Thanks to open-form layout, structure invites us into the dialogue with itself as well as environment around, through lively events or solo contemplation. As a part of Minsk Design Week 2019 is painted with ‘Living Coral’ – Pantone’s colour of the year, meaning "life-affirming coral". This energetic, buoyant and effervescent colour of coral is to help bring lovers and friends to each other. It is to bring real experiences and provoke changes for the better.

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Pavilion was built as part of the student workshop for Minsk Design Week 2019, during a period of two weeks, led by tutors from menthol architects: Rafał Pieszko and Artur Nitribitt. “The pavilion may have not stayed long, but was remembered by many. And the view from its frame was just wonderful. There was just you - and your city. And nothing else.”

© Anush Aleksanyan, Edvard Budnikov, Rastsislau Piakhouski
© Anush Aleksanyan, Edvard Budnikov, Rastsislau Piakhouski

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Cite: "Frame Pavilion / Menthol Architects" 14 Aug 2019. ArchDaily. Accessed . <https://www.archdaily.com/922921/frame-pavilion-menthol-architects/> ISSN 0719-8884

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