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Tipología:Ephemeral Architecture



The Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival is proud to announce the 2024 iteration of its landmark on-site art program, featuring groundbreaking works by acclaimed artists, architects and designers from around the globe. This year's program promises to redefine the boundaries of large-scale art, inviting festival-goers to engage with visionary works that ask viewers to question their definition of self, explore the boundaries between reality and imagination & take part in creating a new future together.

Glass print

Glass is a highly versatile material that possesses a rich historical lineage, tracing its origins to a period of four millennia in the past. In the contemporary era of digital advancements, we have attained the capability to fabricate objects directly from digital models utilising 3D-printed glass technologies.

Going Down the Rabbit Hole

Designed as a showcase for DesignxDesign 20 under 35 exhibition at Alliance Francais de Delhi, “Going down the Rabbit Hole” explores different ways of perceiving. It momentarily aligns the viewer with the surreal, that enchants and binds us to fanciful dreams.

Beyond the surface

For its second participation at the Milan Design Week, SolidNature commissioned OMA to design an installation that explores the journey of natural stone from its geological formation to the finished product.


Wutopia Lab was commissioned by TOPYS in collaboration with Roboticplus.AI to inaugurate a magical realism installation with 3D printing on Star Plaza in The MixC, Shanghai, Arrival. It is also an attempt of Wutopia Lab's project of reviving urban micro spaces.

AirMesh at Gardens by the Bay

AirMesh pushes the limits of lightness in Architectural innovation and Building Technologies, becoming the world first architectural structure made of 3D printed components in stainless steel, demonstrating state-of-the-art digital design and manufacturing technologies developed by AirLab at Singapore University of Technology and Design.

Pavilion of Estonia, Biennale di Venezia 2021

The Estonian Centre for Architecture will present the exhibition “Square! Positively shrinking” curated by Jiří Tintěra, Garri Raagmaa, Kalle Vellevoog, Martin Pedanik and Paulina Pähn in the Pavilion of Estonia at the 17th International Architecture Exhibition of La Biennale di Venezia, which will be hosted in the Arsenale complex. Exploring the role of high-quality urban space in enhancing the future development of small towns that are in jeopardy of depopulation, the exhibition sparks a debate on the lesser known facet of urbanisation.

The Majlis, San Giorgio Maggiore

Caravane Earth Foundation will bring a unique bamboo Majlis to the gardens of the Abbazia di San Giorgio Maggiore in Venice for the 2021 Architecture Biennale from 22 May – 21 November 2021 (Preview: 21 May 2021). The project is one of the official Collateral Events that reflect the 2021 Architecture Biennale’s theme of How will we live together?

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