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Peru London Pavilion in London Designing a contemporary exhibition space which represents a country needs unquestionably a strict analysis of it… Read More
Peru London Pavilion in London Designing a contemporary exhibition space which represents a country needs unquestionably a strict analysis of its values and identity. We started with a detailed study of the Peruvian physical topography and natural resources from the North to the South. This method of analysis allowed to highlight peculiarities of this country in terms of culture, art, history, gastronomy. The way to materialize this exhibition system comes directly from Peru’s artistic legacy and the interpretation of the stone construction system developed by the Incas. A systematization of Incas’ pattern produces the generation of a modular system of construction which defines all the program of the exhibition. All the exhibition wants to be interpreted as a spatial, material system composed of modular and wooden pieces. The geometry of these modules configures infinite possibilities, responds to many functions and adapts to different locations. In fact, these parts are easily stackable, storable and transportable. Corn fiber panels will used to manifacture the modules. Read Less
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PERU LONDON PAVILIONevent design, London


Collaborators: D. Rodriguez, E. Rodriguez
Designing a contemporaryexhibition space which represents a country needs unquestionably a strictanalysis of its values and identity.

We started with adetailed study of the Peruvian physical topography and natural resources from theNorth to the South. This method of analysis allowed to highlight peculiaritiesof this country in terms of culture, art, history, gastronomy.

The way to materializethis exhibition system comes directly from Peru’s artistic legacy and theinterpretation of the stone construction system developed by the Incas.

A systematizationof Incas’ pattern produces the generation of a modular system of constructionwhich defines all the program of the exhibition.

All the exhibitionwants to be interpreted as a spatial, material system composed of modular and woodenpieces. The geometry of these modules configures infinite possibilities,responds to many functions and adapts to different locations. In fact, these partsare easily stackable, storable and transportable.

Corn fiber panels will used to manifacture themodules.