Gallery: Intoxicating Pavilion Made of 33,000 Yellow Beer Crates

 
Tying in the choice of material to historical significance of the World Exhibition, SHSH says "We desired the contents of the pavilion to ask, 50 years later, what the notions of progress, universalism and happiness had brought in their time through the system of international exhibitions, and how could a ‘package’ building be enrolled in the parentage of an architectural solution that manages to convey the architectural questions of a given period in time."

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