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‘Trail House’ by Anne Holtrup (NL)

Posted by Nora Schmidt on 19.05.2010 - Tagged as: , , , ,

'Trail House' by Anne Holtrup, photo by Bas Prinsen

It seems like an architectural path, which enables the visitor to discover the interplay of public and private space – the well-branched wooden pavilion was the contribution of the Dutch architect Anne Holtrup for the exhibition ‘Unknown Territory’ at Museum De Paviljoens in Almere, Netherlands in 2009. It is located on the trail created by years of foot traffic. The architect used this intuitive map for his temporary architecture and accentuated the undesigned use of landscape.

'Trail House' by Anne Holtrup, photo by Bas Prinsen

'Trail House' by Anne Holtrup, photo by Bas Prinsen

'Trail House' by Anne Holtrup, photo by Bas Prinsen

'Trail House' by Anne Holtrup, photo by Bas Prinsen

'Trail House' by Anne Holtrup, plan

to the Anne Holtrup website

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