Monocle on Design

Perfecting pavilions

15

15

00:00 / 00:00

/

Cover art for Monocle on Design

13 March 2018

Episode 335

30 minutes


Photo: Siliva Conde

We put up a case for pavilions, those temporary structures that leave lasting impressions, enliven social spaces and make visitors think, and sit down with the folk designing them, from Snarkitecture in New York to Asif Khan’s creation for the Winter Olympics in South Korea.

13 March 2018

Share episode

Download

Chapter 1

8 minutes


Photo: Silvia Conde

15

15

/

Chapter 1

Why we love pavilions

Cover art for Monocle on Design

How do you commission a pavilion? We ask Marie Bak Mortensen, head of exhibitions at the Royal Institute of British Architects.

8 minutes

Share chapter 1

Chapter 3

6 minutes


Photo: Luke Hayes

15

15

/

Chapter 3

Super-black pavilion

Cover art for Monocle on Design

Asif Khan on designing the darkest building on Earth to celebrate the Winter Olympics in South Korea.

6 minutes

Share chapter 3

/

sign in to monocle

new to monocle?

Print magazine subscriptions start from £55.

Subscribe now

Loading...

/

15

15

Live

00:0001:00

  • The Continental Shift