Weak Pavilion

Santiago, Chile.

Creating a field of provocations that aspire to generate a critical discussion about both the aesthetics and the experiential feature of contemporary architecture, the design of the pavilion proposes new human, physical and sensorial relationships. The pavilion represents a critical position to architecture as an object by claiming a less corporeal architecture. Perceived from the exterior, the design presents itself as three autonomous objects. Within the interior, four reflective copper walls form a space that replicates itself infinitely, dematerializing the body and extending the landscape beyond the limits of its architecture.   

Architecture: PRÁCTICA with Javier Martin and Felipe Vera.

PRÁCTICA team: Jaime Daroca, José Mayoral and José Ramón Sierra (partners).

Collaborators:

Rederings: Kelvin Ho