The temporary pavilion for the Biennale of Young Art in the courtyard of the Museum of Moscow was designed as an access point to all the projects of the Biennale in the city, and first of all to the projects of street art in the courtyard of the Museum.
external view of the pavilion ©Grigoriy Sokolinsky
Our pavilion is a wooden bathyscaphe, and through its portholes one can carefully observe art outside. A bench around the perimeter of the pavilion is also made for the convenience of observation in the warm season. Inside one may find everything needed to study contemporary art – an information point, a coffee point and a bookstore.
bench around the perimeter of the pavilion ©Grigoriy Sokolinsky
entrance ©Grigoriy Sokolinsky
observe the outside through the portholes on the facade ©Grigoriy Sokolinsky
closer view to the portholes ©Grigoriy Sokolinsky
The faceted ellipse shape stems from materials available and the simplicity of construction. All furniture is cut from plywood according to architectural drawings.
book store ©Grigoriy Sokolinsky
furniture cut from plywood ©Grigoriy Sokolinsky
details, view to the outside through the porthole ©Grigoriy Sokolinsky
night view ©Grigoriy Sokolinsky
site plan ©AB CHVOYA
plan ©AB CHVOYA
Project name: Young Art biennale infopoint
Architecture Firm: AB CHVOYA
Contact e-mail email@example.com
Architecture Firm Instagram: chvoya
Completion Year: 2020
Gross Built Area: 55 sq.m.
Project location: Russia, Moscow, Zubovsky Boulevard
Photo credits: Grigoriy Sokolinsky
Photographer’s website: https://www.facebook.com/grisha.sokolinsky/
Photographer’s Instagram: grigorysokolinsky