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Chart Art Fair pavilion aims to investigate the potential of mycelium

September 1, 2022 Sebastian Jordahn 0

Architects Nikolaj Emil Svenningsen, Sean Lyon and Søs Christine Heiselbæk have created a pavilion wrapped in textiles embedded with mycelium at Chart Art Fair, which was captured in this short video produced as part of the Dezeen x Chart Art Fair 2022 collaboration. Called Inhabiting Ecologies, the structure is one of five temporary pavilions installed in

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Softspace Digital surrounds Chart Art Fair pavilion with bioplastic revolving doors

August 28, 2022 Sebastian Jordahn 0

Design collective Softspace Digital has built a pavilion at Chart Art Fair from natural materials including gelatin-based bioplastic and timber, which has been captured in this video produced as part of our Dezeen x Chart Art Fair 2022 collaboration. Called A Music Box, the structure is one of five pavilions installed in the courtyards of

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Studio AX aims to highlight potential of biomaterials with Danish fairytale-informed pavilion

August 27, 2022 Amina Amber 0
Timber and hemp pavilion bar

Architecture practice Studio AX has showcased the potential of biomaterials with a timber and hemp pavilion at Chart Art Fair, which is captured in this video created as part of the Dezeen x Chart Art Fair 2022 collaboration. Designed by Jack O’Hagan and Bex Browne of Studio AX, the pavilion at Chart Art Fair was named Elisa and

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Rex Skov Arkitekter top Chart art fair pavilion with seaweed roof

August 26, 2022 Amina Amber 0

Danish studio Rex Skov Arkitekter aims to explore the potential of seaweed as a sustainable building material with its Biosack pavilion at Copenhagen’s Chart art fair, which was captured in this video produced for the Dezeen x Chart 2022 collaboration. Called Biosack, the structure is one of five temporary pavilions installed in the courtyards of the Charlottenborg

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Greenhouse-like pavilion encloses Danish sand and plants to create “dynamic ecosystem”

August 25, 2022 Amina Amber 0

Architecture collective Barila has aimed to highlight how architecture should interact with nature with its Dune pavilion at Copenhagen’s Chart Art Fair, which was captured in this video produced as part of the Dezeen x Chart 2022 collaboration. Called Dune, the structure is one of five temporary pavilions installed in the courtyards of the Charlottenborg mansion as part

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Chart Art Fair installs five “social architecture” pavilions in Copenhagen

August 27, 2021 Sebastian Jordahn 0

This Dezeen video showcases the five architecture pavilions at this year’s Chart art fair in Copenhagen, including a restaurant covered with microgreens and a structure made out of inflatable bags. Each of the pavilions, which are installed in the courtyards of Charlottenborg in the centre of Copenhagen, are intended to be examples of “social architecture” and

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IKEA mattresses used to build pop-up bar at Chart fair in Copenhagen

September 2, 2019 Amy Frearson 0
Chart 2019 architecture pavilions

A bar made out of old IKEA mattresses has won the architecture prize at Chart 2019, ahead of structures built from latex, salt, paper and jute fabric. Sultan is one of five food and drinks kiosks built by young Danish architects and students for an exhibition at Chart, an art and design fair that took place

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