Hunter Douglas Pavilion

Location: Mexico
Architect: Bernardo Gómez-Pimienta
Photography: bgp arquitectura courtesy
Year: 2009

Hunter Douglas Pavilion. Phillips requested 10 stands to be designed by 10 architecture firms to show the company’s prototypes. The stand had to be built in one week, to be visited another week, and taken down two days later. The pavilion was designed to be a relaxing environment to provide
shelter from the stress of city life. With clean lines, a straightforward use of space, an absence of color and an oasis of silence, it created a calm environment in juxtaposition to the colorfulness and texture of adjoining pavilions. A splash of color is created by the illumination on the rear wall.