Check out our submission for the “Barcelona Temporary Pavilion”, an international architecture competition produced by AWR Competitions in Rome.
The purpose of the competition was to design a mixed use pavilion to support a diverse array of activities occurring at one of Barcelona’s busiest marinas.
The concept of the viento pavilion combines wind, water, and motion. The structure is designed to be a fluid surface. The floor, ceiling and walls are combined into one single element. A low wall is used to define the pavilion’s boundaries and house the functions within. This wall slowly rises from the ground to become a ramp that guides the user to a viewing platform. The ship like profile becomes a beacon for the area. "
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