[AC-CA] Milan World Expo Pavilion competition Finalists

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1st Place: 116385

This proposal creates an impressive landmark with a strong link to the Milan Expo theme. A poetic concept that interprets different symbols as architectural components with a building skin formed by movable matter resulting in transformable appearance both inside and outside. It also presented an impressive visualization with high quality drawings combined with a fluid and dynamic interior space.

The authors with the Silo design have created a highly visible, inviting and informative point at the intersection of the two main axes (Cardo and Decumano) with an interesting reference using the pavilion’s “hourglass” form to encourage reflection and awareness of the primany importance of conserving resources.


First Place

Team Members

_Klaudiusz Angerman

_Monika Nowak

_Michal Krywult

_Anna Karas

Country

Poland

Profession

Architect

2nd Place: 117554

A proposal that is complete and well detailed with original concept and aesthetic. It is a project that creates a very interesting and intelligent transformable structure offering various configurations of beautiful shapes. Sustainability is ensured by the possibility of different uses for future installations. The layout is convenient with nicely light interior space that includes original furniture.
The pavilion fits harmoniously into the expo scheme based on the shape, ephemeral character and lightness with the off-site construction system responding directly to the temporary nature of the Expo. This is a concept of “simple” volume and intelligently presented.


Second Place

Team Members

_Giuseppe Cericola

_Vincenzo Marinelli

Country

Italy

Profession

Architect

3rd Place: 115734

The project shows a high level of analysis on the topic of exhibition spaces and great contemporary events with a solid attempt to reinvent the concept of information pavilion. Essential services (information, connection, relationship links) are scattered along the main axes of the entire Expo and not centralized at a single point in responds to the current need to distribute information and services on a small scale.
A humble but strong concept and approach to the Expo pavilion that steps back from monumental in favor of micro-scale to avoid overwhelming the others buildings within the Expo.


Third Place

Team Members

_Yi Zhang

_Ping Liu

Country

Australia

Profession

Students

Honorable Mention

Team Members

_Niels Leijte

Country

Netherlands

Profession

Student

Honorable Mention

Team Members

_Leonie Sommer

_Babak Zarsazegar

_Liss Werner

_Laurent Dubuis

Country

Germany

Profession

Architect

Honorable Mention

Team Members

_Naoya Kitamura

_Tetsuya Sekimoto

Country

Japan

Profession

Architect

Honorable Mention

Team Members

_Marudai Richie
Country

France

Profession

Architect

Honorable Mention

Team Members

_Kam Fai Tai

_Alina Valcarce

_Eliane Billon
Country

China

Profession

Architect

Honorable Mention

Team Members

_Johann Szebeni

_Robin Skala

_Marcel Steinbacher

_Yusuf Yazici
Country

Austria

Profession

Architect

Honorable Mention

Team Members

_ Enrico Beer Boimond
Country

Brazil

Profession

Student


 

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