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Freeform Buildings
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→ Pedestrian bridge, Pecs, Hungary
→ Dongela, Family House
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Curator application, Hungarian exhibition for
the 14th Venice Architecture Biennale in 2014

Project based on the Freeform Buildings construction system.
The proposal contains in the transformation of the interior space of the Hungarian Pavilion in Venice.

Resume of the description
From The 14th Venice Biennale exhibition’s theme, titled “Fundamentals”, we focus on the protective shell, that is - in an abstracted way – the main axiom, the essence of bared architecture without any identity.
Our proposal for the theme of the Hungarian Pavilion is: The Naked Shell.

The interior space of the Hungarian Pavilion will be transformed by a parametric geometry shell-construction system.
A new historical connection is created with the unity of the art nouveau façade and contemporary interiors, we represent between the two historical periods the typical examples of Hungarian architecture.
An interactive game also constitute an integral part of the exhibition path: the exterior surfaces and the architectural elements of the exhibited buildings give possibility to personal interpretation of the shell - reflecting, encouraging the visitor to a creative interpretation of the exhibition.
Our aim is to represent the message that first points to physical necessity, the primary purpose of construction, that is the protective shell, than by focusing on the diverse examples of the last hundred years of Hungarian architecture, we call the visitor’s attention to the architectural evolution and the socio-historical aspects of the protective shell.

Adorján Portik (3AR Atelier)
Hamori Máté (ZOA Architects)
Perényi Roland
Borsody-Schödl Alexandra
Jávor Zsófia
Erdős Attila (Kardos Labor Kft.)
Damjanovich Kata
Fésüs Barna
Árva Péter