The fog catcher net creates an unique spatial quality, as well as a functional system.
Unbuilt | Dubai, UAE
CONCEPT | The project translates Brazil’s leading position in global Sustainability and innovation in fields such as renewable energy and agriculture, through the reinterpretation of modernist and vernacular Brazilian architecture, into a unified pavilion which aims to showcase the country’s deeds, and future goals towards a more connected, productive and forward thinking environment, through interactive projections and galleries to be build in Dubai’s 2020 Expo.
As part as the expografic event, the fabric pavilion showcases the local brazilian indigenous craft
The interior ramp system is constituted by the characteristic timber grid structure, rationalizing its geometry.
The front facade identifies the chosen constructive system, and allows a pearmeable view into the pavilion.
Based on a rigid grid system, and numbering system, the wooden panels are placed one by one according to the predetermined digitally produced coordinates.
The entire pavilion can be assembled and disassembled without producing waste, and allowing for it to be reused or recycled.
The permanent expographic project, exploits the potential of projections and surfaces as interactive elements to convey messages.
The prefabricated wooden slabs have a simple metallic connection to the main structural grid, allowing for a quick assembly process.
Collaborators | Design