Gallery: The Stunning Assadi + Pulido Eco-Pavilion


Chile is exporting a lot more than a mean pisco these days. The XVI Chilean Architecture Biennial, a celebration of great Chilean architecture, recently wrapped this week in Santiago where the main theme was an exploration of architecture that cares for the earth. Hosted at the Contemporary Art Museum of Forestal Park, there was literally too much talent for the conventional structure to contain and the Biennial exploded out into the public eye in form of a completely sustainable, modern temporary pavilion designed by Assadi + Pulido, a young Santiago-based design studio with a modern, edgy and recognizable style.

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  1. raoultandon December 19, 2008 at 1:02 pm

    Stunning?…. i would criticize your title choice, but to be honest i completely agree…. if this is anything it’s STUNNING

  2. JoeD November 17, 2008 at 2:02 am

    Interesting architecture, but Chile does not export Pisco, only liquor(Aguardiente) that is not the same

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