We have received images of Pulse Pavilion, a fascinating temporary structure designed and built by third- and fourth-year undergraduate architecture students at the University of Saint Joseph in Macau. The design team was led .
This extraordinary example of industrial archaeology converted into a museum - the first public electricity plant, named after Giovanni Montemartini – is the newest addition to the Capitoline Museums exhibition space.
The Southwark Lido expresses EXYZT’s strategy of urban renewal, based on the idea that a community of users actively creating and inhabiting their urban environment is key to generating a vibrant city. This project explores the potential of using a site in transition from empty lot to new residential and office buildings, generously lent by Solid Space, to create a vibrant point of community and cultural engagement during its transformation.
The temporary cultural centre, entirely built from scratch in the heart of the Portuguese fishermen’s village of Cova do Vapor, was able of welcoming and activating a very rich programme of activities and events.