Gallery: Rodero Beggiao Architects Designs a Mobile Pavilion for a Worl...

The design itself looks inspiring and brilliantly put together. The structure, formed of two adaptable modules, will be a lightweight aluminium construction, perfectly realized to be moved from place to place, while the interiors will be re-decorated by artists living in each place it visits.

Rodero Beggiao Architects designed an innovative mobile pavilion for a travelling chef. As it is still in the early stages of development, the architecture studio hasn’t given away too many details about what will ultimately be included, but they will say that the space will be used for a new gastronomic research initiative by a world renowned Catalan chef from Barcelona. The form itself is brilliantly put together, using two adaptable modules constructed from lightweight aluminum.

The creative space aims to be an exciting platform for the foundation’s upcoming research center, and the flexible interior space will encourage different kinds of work. As it will be entirely transportable, we expect the pavilion to be placed on some unusual sites.

Keep an eye on the travelling space’s movements, and see if it arrives somewhere nearby you to whip up a delicious meal or two!

+ Rodero Beggiao Architects

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Images courtesy of Rodero Beggiao Architects


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