Italian Pavillion for Shanghai Expo 2010 | BiCuadro Architects

• October 20, 2008

italian pavillion Italian Pavillion for Shanghai Expo 2010 | BiCuadro Architects

Type: Competition, 3rd prize
Project: Italian Pavillion for Expo Shanghai 2010
Architect: BiCuadro Architects
Location: Shanghai, China
Images © BiCuadro Architects

The first prize winner of the contest: “Better City, Better Life” for Shanghai Expo 2010 was BIG, Bjarke Ingels GroupDenmark Pavillion. Here again the 3rd prize winner Italian Pavillion, designed by BiCuadro Architects.

The architectural design inspired all “true expression of Italian city: the historic city layered.” The great metropolis of the twentieth century are experiencing a deep crisis of environmental sustainability, due to a excessive growth and an alienation from the territory of its inhabitants and cash in an irreversible failure in matters of life and the condition of human life.

The Italian pavilion in Shanghai is the representation of this “historical fact-Space”. Of this organization consolidated opposition, who despite everything still produces and refines excellence, and a prototype that expresses the “layering” of the spirit social and urban Italian and back to the idea of historical continuity and economic.

The design are a major reinterpretation of a split casing in a series of plates “stratigraphy” that back to a time sequence, a metaphor for urban training Italian. The plates create series of light and shadow that filtering the transaction between the space.

Tags: , , , , , , , , , ,

Category: Architecture, Culture, Selected

Comments (2)

Trackback URL | Comments RSS Feed

  1. gives the most updated information about the 2010 World Expo Pavilions. Here you can free download the pavilions of participants or you can find pictures, maps and videos about Shanghai.

  2. This site provides information on New Zealand’s pavilion, and how to be involved.