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Posts tagged as 'Festival des Architectures Vives'

'Breath Box' installation by NAS Architecture, photos: Paul Kozlowski ©photoarchitecture

‘Breath Box’ installation by NAS Architecture, photo: Paul Kozlowski ©photoarchitecture

The main wall of ‘Breath Box’, an ephemeral installation created by NAS Architecture for the 2014 edition of the Festival des Architectures Vives in La Grande Motte, France, is reflective and faces the horizon.

 

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Onde Sensuelle Installation by Marion Moustey and Alexandre Arcens, photo: Paul Kozlowski ©photoarchitecture

Onde Sensuelle Installation by Marion Moustey and Alexandre Arcens, photo: Paul Kozlowski ©photoarchitecture

Onde Sensuelle is an ephemeral installation created by architects Marion Moustey and Alexandre Arcens for the 2014 edition of the Festival of Lively Architecture (Festival des Architectures Vives) at La Grande Motte in France.

 

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Montpellier Pavilion by Robin Juzon Architecte for FAV

Montpellier Pavilion by Robin Juzon Architecte for FAV

Architect Robin Juzon has created a “waffle” structured reception pavilion made of wood for the Festival des Architectures Vives (FAV) in Montpellier, France.

 

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ateliermob @ Festival des Architectures Vives, France

ateliermob @ Festival des Architectures Vives, France 2009

In the context of the Festival des Architectures Vives at Montpellier, France (18th-21st June), on the theme ‘Ephémères Curiosités’, ateliermob purposed to reinvent children’s universe on one antique mansion’s courtyard of Montpellier.

Not only children will achieve alternative spatial versions of the same place.

Not only children will achieve alternative spatial versions of the same place.

An universe that can interact with children and provide them the sense of proportion and scale as long as the possibility to explore their curiosity, over and over, continuously searching for changes in the surrounding space through their own imagination. An intervention that can gain different meanings depending on its form, and enhancing it just because of its ephemeral character. But not only children will achieve alternative spatial versions of the same place. Any other visitor will always have a new perception and will be curious to assist to the spatial evolution.

The intervention will contrast with the permanent and solid character of the building’s courtyard.

The intervention will contrast with the permanent and solid character of the building’s courtyard.

The intervention will contrast with the permanent and solid character of the building’s courtyard and the preservative patrimonial character of the surroundings, turning into an attraction, calling people in to observe or to interact.

 

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