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Farola Pavillon
Venice. Italy - invited
Farola, which was built in 2007 in response to the passionate tenacity of the designer of the Parco della scultura in Architettura, is a micro work of architecture, just 5 metres high and produced exclusively in corten steel. From the outset, the pavillon was influenced by the deeply emblematic nature of the park, home to works by Alvaro Siza, Aldo Rossi, Alberto Campo Baeza and many more, set among the lombardy poplar trees, and by the limitations of the original brief and technical solutions given at the beginning of the project. The aim of this example of minimal architecture is to allow anyone who comes across it to see the world in a different way, to change their perception and encourage them to raise their eyes upwards.