Temporary Architecture

PLATAFORMA 2.0

Competition entry for Pabellón Mextropoli 2018 competition, Mexico City A temporary/permanent public space for communities affected by natural disasters  

PLATAFORMA 2.0

Competition entry for Pabellón Mextropoli 2018 competition, Mexico City A temporary/permanent public space for communities affected by natural disasters  

EL ECO

Competition entry for a temporary pavilion at Museo Experimental El Eco, Mexico City, 2015 Project selected for the final phase with Rodrigo Novelo and Estefany Soria

EL ECO

Competition entry for a temporary pavilion at Museo Experimental El Eco, Mexico City, 2015 Project selected for the final phase with Rodrigo Novelo and Estefany Soria

GREEN ROOM 2009

A12 Radical Nature. Art and Architecture for a Changing Planet 1969-2009 Installation, Barbican Art Gallery, London 2009   Installation produced for Barbican Art Gallery on the occasion of the exhibition “Radical Nature. Art and Architecture for a Changing Planet 1969-2009”,

GREEN ROOM 2009

A12 Radical Nature. Art and Architecture for a Changing Planet 1969-2009 Installation, Barbican Art Gallery, London 2009   Installation produced for Barbican Art Gallery on the occasion of the exhibition “Radical Nature. Art and Architecture for a Changing Planet 1969-2009”,

DEEP GARDEN

A12 Temporary pavillion, Enel Contemporanea 2008, Venezia, Italy, 2008 On the occasion of 11th International Architecture Exhibition Biennale di Venezia The installation, homage to the city of Venice, takes on the force of nature and opposes it, offering an isolated

DEEP GARDEN

A12 Temporary pavillion, Enel Contemporanea 2008, Venezia, Italy, 2008 On the occasion of 11th International Architecture Exhibition Biennale di Venezia The installation, homage to the city of Venice, takes on the force of nature and opposes it, offering an isolated

TEMPORARY SHENZEN

A12 Proposal for Shenzhen Architecture Biennale 2008-2009 In our work practices, we have always been dealing with temporary architecture: temporary installations, temporary pavilions, temporary transformations of spaces have been the object of many A12’s projects. Nevertheless, temporary architecture is a

TEMPORARY SHENZEN

A12 Proposal for Shenzhen Architecture Biennale 2008-2009 In our work practices, we have always been dealing with temporary architecture: temporary installations, temporary pavilions, temporary transformations of spaces have been the object of many A12’s projects. Nevertheless, temporary architecture is a

GREEN ROOM

A12 Temporary pavillion, Busan, Busan Biennial, South Korea 2006 Realized at the Busan Biennale, it is located in the city center, on the banks of its most important river that runs through a densely built urban environment and, at that

GREEN ROOM

A12 Temporary pavillion, Busan, Busan Biennial, South Korea 2006 Realized at the Busan Biennale, it is located in the city center, on the banks of its most important river that runs through a densely built urban environment and, at that

LO SGUARDO ITALIANO

A12 Setup of the exhibition “Italian Eyes – fashion photography from 1951 to the present” Rotonda di via Besana, Milano, Italia 2005 The exhibition design, stages at the center of the Rotonda di Via Besana a kind of architecture/archive, an

LO SGUARDO ITALIANO

A12 Setup of the exhibition “Italian Eyes – fashion photography from 1951 to the present” Rotonda di via Besana, Milano, Italia 2005 The exhibition design, stages at the center of the Rotonda di Via Besana a kind of architecture/archive, an

LAB

A12 Temporary Pavilion, Kroller Muller Museum,Otterlo, Nederlands 2004 LAB is the first open air exhibition in the sculpture-park of the Kroöller-Müller Museum. The metaphor of the labyrinth, as a possible interpretative device to represent the contemporary urban condition, was the

LAB

A12 Temporary Pavilion, Kroller Muller Museum,Otterlo, Nederlands 2004 LAB is the first open air exhibition in the sculpture-park of the Kroöller-Müller Museum. The metaphor of the labyrinth, as a possible interpretative device to represent the contemporary urban condition, was the

TEMPORARY LIBRARY (00_01)

A12 Fondazione Teseco. Exhibition Strategies against architecture. Pisa, Italy 2001. Fondazione Pistoletto. Exhibition Connecting culture. Biella, Italy 2003.   An industrial container is customized to contain a transportable library. The roof is removed, the interior is painted pink. A new

TEMPORARY LIBRARY (00_01)

A12 Fondazione Teseco. Exhibition Strategies against architecture. Pisa, Italy 2001. Fondazione Pistoletto. Exhibition Connecting culture. Biella, Italy 2003.   An industrial container is customized to contain a transportable library. The roof is removed, the interior is painted pink. A new

LA ZONA

A12 Padiglione temporaneo 50th Intl. Art Exhibition Venice Biennal, 2003 La Zona is a temporary pavilion for the display of contemporary arts, installed in the Giardini della Biennale, in Venice, during the 50th International Exhibition in 2003. Located in an

LA ZONA

A12 Padiglione temporaneo 50th Intl. Art Exhibition Venice Biennal, 2003 La Zona is a temporary pavilion for the display of contemporary arts, installed in the Giardini della Biennale, in Venice, during the 50th International Exhibition in 2003. Located in an

FOLIE

A12 Temporary Pavilion inside the Exhibition “La Ville, le Jardin, la Memoire” French Academy, Villa Medici, Rome, 2000 The pavilion, built modifying a prefabricated greenhouse, during the exhibition was used to host an archive of artist gardens curated by Barbara

FOLIE

A12 Temporary Pavilion inside the Exhibition “La Ville, le Jardin, la Memoire” French Academy, Villa Medici, Rome, 2000 The pavilion, built modifying a prefabricated greenhouse, during the exhibition was used to host an archive of artist gardens curated by Barbara

HUMBOT

A12 Installation, ZKM Karlsruhe, 1999 The installation is presented as a physical place to “stay”, made of the accumulation of materials recovered and built through on-site work, which functions simultaneously as a container and as a counterpoint to the site

HUMBOT

A12 Installation, ZKM Karlsruhe, 1999 The installation is presented as a physical place to “stay”, made of the accumulation of materials recovered and built through on-site work, which functions simultaneously as a container and as a counterpoint to the site