Introduction to Pavilion Prototyping


Pavilion architecture serves as a temporary type of construction; however, it is well-suited for experimentation and exploration of artistic concepts. Pavilion architecture defines an architectural building separated or as an attached to a main building. With this workshop, participants will experiment creating a pavilion prototype.
In this three-day workshop, participants will create an architectural prototype pavilion by using common object like pallets, car tires, vegetable crates, or even mundane materials such as cardboard, bamboo, 2x2 inch wood, or PET bottles.

Dates & Location

Thursday 23rd - 25th January, 2020

1 day; 4 hrs / day

Knowledge Tower - Level 7 - Art Studio



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Eric Schrijver

Eric Schrijver is a Dutch interaction designer, artist, and author. From 2011 to 2017, he was a core member of the graphic design collective Open…