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Industrial Loft Grober / Meta-studio

03:03 - 19 May, 2015
Industrial Loft  Grober / Meta-studio, © Lluis Carbonell
© Lluis Carbonell

© Aitor Estévez © Aitor Estévez © Lluis Carbonell © Aitor Estévez + 20

  • Architects

  • Location

    Vila de Gràcia, Barcelona, Spain
  • Architects in Charge

    Elena del Pozo Fernández, Dimitri Davoise.
  • Budget

    95.000 €
  • Area

    110.0 sqm
  • Project Year

    2014
  • Photographs

Weaving In-Tension (WIT) Pavilion: Operalab Competition Entry / Meta- Studio

01:00 - 9 March, 2013
Weaving In-Tension (WIT) Pavilion: Operalab Competition Entry / Meta- Studio, Courtesy of Meta- Studio
Courtesy of Meta- Studio

The Weaving In-Tension (WIT) Pavilion is a multi-functional temporary pavilion designed by Meta- Studio for the Operalab Competition. The modular project concentrates on customizable space with the aim of not only to create various purposes of space, but to reflect the theatre performing motion and spirit to the pavilion. Inspired by the dancing or performance motion captured in time, the project’s facade represents the abstract act and movement of the performance of the theatre. More images and architects’ description after the break.