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Naves Temporary Pavilion by Appareil

Naves Temporary Appareil

Appareil architects designed a proposal for Naves, a temporary pavilion for the city of Mons, Capital of Culture in 2015.

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From the Architects:

Emerging from the analysis of Sainte Wandru’s cathedral visible from the site, the design of this temporary pavilion attempts to set a cultural relationship to its historical context. Due to its location and temporary nature, the structure is dismountable and fully recyclable, reducing its physical footprint and its impact on the environment.

Project: Naves Temporary
Designed by Appareil
Collaborators: Leonard Gallegos, FabLab Barcelona
Project Team: Edouard Cabay, Elena Poropat, Alexandre Dubor, Julie Soulat, Charlotte Arres
Client: Mons, Capital of Culture 2015
Location: Mons, Belgium
Website: www.appareil.es

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