05
May
09

the howff: Venice Biennale 2008

This was our entry to the competition for the first Scottish Pavilion for the 2008 Venice Biennale. The budget set for the pavillion was £75,000 and was for a temporary pavilion to hold a series of lectures and debates as well as showcase Scottish Architecture during the festival. The design was derived from various Scottish sources and was seen as a space to walk through as well as stop in, as the theoretical site was one of Venice’s many Piazzas.

perspective

perspective

elevations and section

elevations and section

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