Biennale d'Architecture et de Paysage 2022
Tags: arts and culture, stone, timber, temporary structures, low carbon
Related projects: Conversation at LFA 2021
- Client: Biennale d'Architecture et de Paysage
- Architect: Mary Duggan Architects
- Photography: Salem Mostefaoui and Mary Duggan
- Completion: 2022
- Value: Confidential
- Expertise: Structures
We’ve collaborated with Mary Duggan Architects and The Stone Carving Company on a new pavilion made of gypsum, then stone and wood, as part of the Biennale d’Architecture et de Paysage 2022 (Bap!) “Visible, Invisible” exhibition, which questions the emergence of new architectural forms from locally available materials and energies.
50 guests from all over the world try to answer the question: What forms can architecture take when you imagine it straight from materials and energy, from the very visible to the almost invisible?
Materials used for the pavilion: Caroplatre, Placo powder, Larch, Sweet Chestnut, Oak, Marbles Vert des Alpes, Marbles Rouge des France and Red Alicante Marble & boulders of pure gypsum.
Bap! 2022 in Versailles, France was open from 14 May to 13 July 2022.