National Pavilion UAE, Arsenale, Venezia Architecture Biennale 2016     The building of the Sale d’Armi, the permanent pavilion of the United Arab Emirates, is a distinctive building from the 16th century that is characterized by an askew grid that follows both the longitudinal load bearing walls and the array of steel columns. The design succesfully creates a multi-layered dialogue between the project and the existing structure, from which it infers the geometric organization while maintaining a visual and physical space between the content and the container. A progression of solid and perforated metal partitions are artfully situated within the space of the pavilion so to create a course within the exhibition that is equally spatial and visual.       Project competition: winner project  Date: 2015 | 2016  Commissioner: Salama Bint Hamdam Al Nahayan Foundation  Curator: Yasser Elsheshtawy  Coordinating director: Laila Binbrek  Exhibitions coordinator: Rand Abdul Jabbar  Architect: Paolo De Benedictis  Assistants: Emina Gauzanovic, Maria Angilecchia  Structural Engineer: Luca Pulignano  Photography: Alessandra Chemollo      <<  change project  >>

National Pavilion UAE, Arsenale, Venezia
Architecture Biennale 2016

 

The building of the Sale d’Armi, the permanent pavilion of the United Arab Emirates, is a distinctive building from the 16th century that is characterized by an askew grid that follows both the longitudinal load bearing walls and the array of steel columns. The design succesfully creates a multi-layered dialogue between the project and the existing structure, from which it infers the geometric organization while maintaining a visual and physical space between the content and the container. A progression of solid and perforated metal partitions are artfully situated within the space of the pavilion so to create a course within the exhibition that is equally spatial and visual.

 

Project competition: winner project

Date: 2015 | 2016

Commissioner: Salama Bint Hamdam Al Nahayan Foundation

Curator: Yasser Elsheshtawy

Coordinating director: Laila Binbrek

Exhibitions coordinator: Rand Abdul Jabbar

Architect: Paolo De Benedictis

Assistants: Emina Gauzanovic, Maria Angilecchia

Structural Engineer: Luca Pulignano

Photography: Alessandra Chemollo

 

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 National Pavilion UAE, Arsenale, Venezia Architecture Biennale 2016     The building of the Sale d’Armi, the permanent pavilion of the United Arab Emirates, is a distinctive building from the 16th century that is characterized by an askew grid that follows both the longitudinal load bearing walls and the array of steel columns. The design succesfully creates a multi-layered dialogue between the project and the existing structure, from which it infers the geometric organization while maintaining a visual and physical space between the content and the container. A progression of solid and perforated metal partitions are artfully situated within the space of the pavilion so to create a course within the exhibition that is equally spatial and visual.   &nbsp;   Project competition: winner project  Date: 2015 | 2016  Commissioner: Salama Bint Hamdam Al Nahayan Foundation  Curator: Yasser Elsheshtawy  Coordinating director:&nbsp;Laila Binbrek  Exhibitions coordinator:&nbsp;Rand Abdul Jabbar  Architect: Paolo De Benedictis  Assistants: Emina Gauzanovic, Maria Angilecchia  Structural Engineer: Luca Pulignano  Photography: Alessandra Chemollo      &lt;&lt;&nbsp; change project &nbsp;&gt; &gt;

National Pavilion UAE, Arsenale, Venezia
Architecture Biennale 2016

 

The building of the Sale d’Armi, the permanent pavilion of the United Arab Emirates, is a distinctive building from the 16th century that is characterized by an askew grid that follows both the longitudinal load bearing walls and the array of steel columns. The design succesfully creates a multi-layered dialogue between the project and the existing structure, from which it infers the geometric organization while maintaining a visual and physical space between the content and the container. A progression of solid and perforated metal partitions are artfully situated within the space of the pavilion so to create a course within the exhibition that is equally spatial and visual.

 

Project competition: winner project

Date: 2015 | 2016

Commissioner: Salama Bint Hamdam Al Nahayan Foundation

Curator: Yasser Elsheshtawy

Coordinating director: Laila Binbrek

Exhibitions coordinator: Rand Abdul Jabbar

Architect: Paolo De Benedictis

Assistants: Emina Gauzanovic, Maria Angilecchia

Structural Engineer: Luca Pulignano

Photography: Alessandra Chemollo

 

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 National Pavilion UAE, Arsenale, Venezia Architecture Biennale 2016     The building of the Sale d’Armi, the permanent pavilion of the United Arab Emirates, is a distinctive building from the 16th century that is characterized by an askew grid that follows both the longitudinal load bearing walls and the array of steel columns. The design succesfully creates a multi-layered dialogue between the project and the existing structure, from which it infers the geometric organization while maintaining a visual and physical space between the content and the container. A progression of solid and perforated metal partitions are artfully situated within the space of the pavilion so to create a course within the exhibition that is equally spatial and visual.   &nbsp;   Project competition: winner project  Date: 2015 | 2016  Commissioner: Salama Bint Hamdam Al Nahayan Foundation  Curator: Yasser Elsheshtawy  Coordinating director:&nbsp;Laila Binbrek  Exhibitions coordinator:&nbsp;Rand Abdul Jabbar  Architect: Paolo De Benedictis  Assistants: Emina Gauzanovic, Maria Angilecchia  Structural Engineer: Luca Pulignano  Photography: Alessandra Chemollo      &lt;&lt;&nbsp; change project &nbsp;&gt;&gt;    

National Pavilion UAE, Arsenale, Venezia
Architecture Biennale 2016

 

The building of the Sale d’Armi, the permanent pavilion of the United Arab Emirates, is a distinctive building from the 16th century that is characterized by an askew grid that follows both the longitudinal load bearing walls and the array of steel columns. The design succesfully creates a multi-layered dialogue between the project and the existing structure, from which it infers the geometric organization while maintaining a visual and physical space between the content and the container. A progression of solid and perforated metal partitions are artfully situated within the space of the pavilion so to create a course within the exhibition that is equally spatial and visual.

 

Project competition: winner project

Date: 2015 | 2016

Commissioner: Salama Bint Hamdam Al Nahayan Foundation

Curator: Yasser Elsheshtawy

Coordinating director: Laila Binbrek

Exhibitions coordinator: Rand Abdul Jabbar

Architect: Paolo De Benedictis

Assistants: Emina Gauzanovic, Maria Angilecchia

Structural Engineer: Luca Pulignano

Photography: Alessandra Chemollo

 

<< change project >>

 

 National Pavilion UAE, Arsenale, Venezia Architecture Biennale 2016     The building of the Sale d’Armi, the permanent pavilion of the United Arab Emirates, is a distinctive building from the 16th century that is characterized by an askew grid that follows both the longitudinal load bearing walls and the array of steel columns. The design succesfully creates a multi-layered dialogue between the project and the existing structure, from which it infers the geometric organization while maintaining a visual and physical space between the content and the container. A progression of solid and perforated metal partitions are artfully situated within the space of the pavilion so to create a course within the exhibition that is equally spatial and visual.   &nbsp;   Project competition: winner project  Date: 2015 | 2016  Commissioner: Salama Bint Hamdam Al Nahayan Foundation  Curator: Yasser Elsheshtawy  Coordinating director:&nbsp;Laila Binbrek  Exhibitions coordinator:&nbsp;Rand Abdul Jabbar  Architect: Paolo De Benedictis  Assistants: Emina Gauzanovic, Maria Angilecchia  Structural Engineer: Luca Pulignano  Photography: Alessandra Chemollo      &lt;&lt;&nbsp; change project &nbsp;&gt;&gt;    

National Pavilion UAE, Arsenale, Venezia
Architecture Biennale 2016

 

The building of the Sale d’Armi, the permanent pavilion of the United Arab Emirates, is a distinctive building from the 16th century that is characterized by an askew grid that follows both the longitudinal load bearing walls and the array of steel columns. The design succesfully creates a multi-layered dialogue between the project and the existing structure, from which it infers the geometric organization while maintaining a visual and physical space between the content and the container. A progression of solid and perforated metal partitions are artfully situated within the space of the pavilion so to create a course within the exhibition that is equally spatial and visual.

 

Project competition: winner project

Date: 2015 | 2016

Commissioner: Salama Bint Hamdam Al Nahayan Foundation

Curator: Yasser Elsheshtawy

Coordinating director: Laila Binbrek

Exhibitions coordinator: Rand Abdul Jabbar

Architect: Paolo De Benedictis

Assistants: Emina Gauzanovic, Maria Angilecchia

Structural Engineer: Luca Pulignano

Photography: Alessandra Chemollo

 

<< change project >>

 

 National Pavilion UAE, Arsenale, Venezia Architecture Biennale 2016     The building of the Sale d’Armi, the permanent pavilion of the United Arab Emirates, is a distinctive building from the 16th century that is characterized by an askew grid that follows both the longitudinal load bearing walls and the array of steel columns. The design succesfully creates a multi-layered dialogue between the project and the existing structure, from which it infers the geometric organization while maintaining a visual and physical space between the content and the container. A progression of solid and perforated metal partitions are artfully situated within the space of the pavilion so to create a course within the exhibition that is equally spatial and visual.   &nbsp;   Project competition: winner project  Date: 2015 | 2016  Commissioner: Salama Bint Hamdam Al Nahayan Foundation  Curator: Yasser Elsheshtawy  Coordinating director:&nbsp;Laila Binbrek  Exhibitions coordinator:&nbsp;Rand Abdul Jabbar  Architect: Paolo De Benedictis  Assistants: Emina Gauzanovic, Maria Angilecchia  Structural Engineer: Luca Pulignano  Photography: Alessandra Chemollo      &lt;&lt;&nbsp; change project &nbsp;&gt;&gt;    

National Pavilion UAE, Arsenale, Venezia
Architecture Biennale 2016

 

The building of the Sale d’Armi, the permanent pavilion of the United Arab Emirates, is a distinctive building from the 16th century that is characterized by an askew grid that follows both the longitudinal load bearing walls and the array of steel columns. The design succesfully creates a multi-layered dialogue between the project and the existing structure, from which it infers the geometric organization while maintaining a visual and physical space between the content and the container. A progression of solid and perforated metal partitions are artfully situated within the space of the pavilion so to create a course within the exhibition that is equally spatial and visual.

 

Project competition: winner project

Date: 2015 | 2016

Commissioner: Salama Bint Hamdam Al Nahayan Foundation

Curator: Yasser Elsheshtawy

Coordinating director: Laila Binbrek

Exhibitions coordinator: Rand Abdul Jabbar

Architect: Paolo De Benedictis

Assistants: Emina Gauzanovic, Maria Angilecchia

Structural Engineer: Luca Pulignano

Photography: Alessandra Chemollo

 

<< change project >>

 

 National Pavilion UAE, Arsenale, Venezia Architecture Biennale 2016     The building of the Sale d’Armi, the permanent pavilion of the United Arab Emirates, is a distinctive building from the 16th century that is characterized by an askew grid that follows both the longitudinal load bearing walls and the array of steel columns. The design succesfully creates a multi-layered dialogue between the project and the existing structure, from which it infers the geometric organization while maintaining a visual and physical space between the content and the container. A progression of solid and perforated metal partitions are artfully situated within the space of the pavilion so to create a course within the exhibition that is equally spatial and visual.   &nbsp;   Project competition: winner project  Date: 2015 | 2016  Commissioner: Salama Bint Hamdam Al Nahayan Foundation  Curator: Yasser Elsheshtawy  Coordinating director:&nbsp;Laila Binbrek  Exhibitions coordinator:&nbsp;Rand Abdul Jabbar  Architect: Paolo De Benedictis  Assistants: Emina Gauzanovic, Maria Angilecchia  Structural Engineer: Luca Pulignano  Photography: Alessandra Chemollo      &lt;&lt;&nbsp; change project &nbsp;&gt;&gt;    

National Pavilion UAE, Arsenale, Venezia
Architecture Biennale 2016

 

The building of the Sale d’Armi, the permanent pavilion of the United Arab Emirates, is a distinctive building from the 16th century that is characterized by an askew grid that follows both the longitudinal load bearing walls and the array of steel columns. The design succesfully creates a multi-layered dialogue between the project and the existing structure, from which it infers the geometric organization while maintaining a visual and physical space between the content and the container. A progression of solid and perforated metal partitions are artfully situated within the space of the pavilion so to create a course within the exhibition that is equally spatial and visual.

 

Project competition: winner project

Date: 2015 | 2016

Commissioner: Salama Bint Hamdam Al Nahayan Foundation

Curator: Yasser Elsheshtawy

Coordinating director: Laila Binbrek

Exhibitions coordinator: Rand Abdul Jabbar

Architect: Paolo De Benedictis

Assistants: Emina Gauzanovic, Maria Angilecchia

Structural Engineer: Luca Pulignano

Photography: Alessandra Chemollo

 

<< change project >>

 

 National Pavilion UAE, Arsenale, Venezia Architecture Biennale 2016     The building of the Sale d’Armi, the permanent pavilion of the United Arab Emirates, is a distinctive building from the 16th century that is characterized by an askew grid that follows both the longitudinal load bearing walls and the array of steel columns. The design succesfully creates a multi-layered dialogue between the project and the existing structure, from which it infers the geometric organization while maintaining a visual and physical space between the content and the container. A progression of solid and perforated metal partitions are artfully situated within the space of the pavilion so to create a course within the exhibition that is equally spatial and visual.   &nbsp;   Project competition: winner project  Date: 2015 | 2016  Commissioner: Salama Bint Hamdam Al Nahayan Foundation  Curator: Yasser Elsheshtawy  Coordinating director:&nbsp;Laila Binbrek  Exhibitions coordinator:&nbsp;Rand Abdul Jabbar  Architect: Paolo De Benedictis  Assistants: Emina Gauzanovic, Maria Angilecchia  Structural Engineer: Luca Pulignano  Photography: Alessandra Chemollo      &lt;&lt;&nbsp; change project &nbsp;&gt;&gt;    

National Pavilion UAE, Arsenale, Venezia
Architecture Biennale 2016

 

The building of the Sale d’Armi, the permanent pavilion of the United Arab Emirates, is a distinctive building from the 16th century that is characterized by an askew grid that follows both the longitudinal load bearing walls and the array of steel columns. The design succesfully creates a multi-layered dialogue between the project and the existing structure, from which it infers the geometric organization while maintaining a visual and physical space between the content and the container. A progression of solid and perforated metal partitions are artfully situated within the space of the pavilion so to create a course within the exhibition that is equally spatial and visual.

 

Project competition: winner project

Date: 2015 | 2016

Commissioner: Salama Bint Hamdam Al Nahayan Foundation

Curator: Yasser Elsheshtawy

Coordinating director: Laila Binbrek

Exhibitions coordinator: Rand Abdul Jabbar

Architect: Paolo De Benedictis

Assistants: Emina Gauzanovic, Maria Angilecchia

Structural Engineer: Luca Pulignano

Photography: Alessandra Chemollo

 

<< change project >>

 

 National Pavilion UAE, Arsenale, Venezia Architecture Biennale 2016     The building of the Sale d’Armi, the permanent pavilion of the United Arab Emirates, is a distinctive building from the 16th century that is characterized by an askew grid that follows both the longitudinal load bearing walls and the array of steel columns. The design succesfully creates a multi-layered dialogue between the project and the existing structure, from which it infers the geometric organization while maintaining a visual and physical space between the content and the container. A progression of solid and perforated metal partitions are artfully situated within the space of the pavilion so to create a course within the exhibition that is equally spatial and visual.   &nbsp;   Project competition: winner project  Date: 2015 | 2016  Commissioner: Salama Bint Hamdam Al Nahayan Foundation  Curator: Yasser Elsheshtawy  Coordinating director:&nbsp;Laila Binbrek  Exhibitions coordinator:&nbsp;Rand Abdul Jabbar  Architect: Paolo De Benedictis  Assistants: Emina Gauzanovic, Maria Angilecchia  Structural Engineer: Luca Pulignano  Photography: Alessandra Chemollo      &lt;&lt;&nbsp; change project &nbsp;&gt;&gt;    

National Pavilion UAE, Arsenale, Venezia
Architecture Biennale 2016

 

The building of the Sale d’Armi, the permanent pavilion of the United Arab Emirates, is a distinctive building from the 16th century that is characterized by an askew grid that follows both the longitudinal load bearing walls and the array of steel columns. The design succesfully creates a multi-layered dialogue between the project and the existing structure, from which it infers the geometric organization while maintaining a visual and physical space between the content and the container. A progression of solid and perforated metal partitions are artfully situated within the space of the pavilion so to create a course within the exhibition that is equally spatial and visual.

 

Project competition: winner project

Date: 2015 | 2016

Commissioner: Salama Bint Hamdam Al Nahayan Foundation

Curator: Yasser Elsheshtawy

Coordinating director: Laila Binbrek

Exhibitions coordinator: Rand Abdul Jabbar

Architect: Paolo De Benedictis

Assistants: Emina Gauzanovic, Maria Angilecchia

Structural Engineer: Luca Pulignano

Photography: Alessandra Chemollo

 

<< change project >>

 

 National Pavilion UAE, Arsenale, Venezia Architecture Biennale 2016     The building of the Sale d’Armi, the permanent pavilion of the United Arab Emirates, is a distinctive building from the 16th century that is characterized by an askew grid that follows both the longitudinal load bearing walls and the array of steel columns. The design succesfully creates a multi-layered dialogue between the project and the existing structure, from which it infers the geometric organization while maintaining a visual and physical space between the content and the container. A progression of solid and perforated metal partitions are artfully situated within the space of the pavilion so to create a course within the exhibition that is equally spatial and visual.   &nbsp;   Project competition: winner project  Date: 2015 | 2016  Commissioner: Salama Bint Hamdam Al Nahayan Foundation  Curator: Yasser Elsheshtawy  Coordinating director:&nbsp;Laila Binbrek  Exhibitions coordinator:&nbsp;Rand Abdul Jabbar  Architect: Paolo De Benedictis  Assistants: Emina Gauzanovic, Maria Angilecchia  Structural Engineer: Luca Pulignano  Photography: Alessandra Chemollo      &lt;&lt;&nbsp; change project &nbsp;&gt;&gt;

National Pavilion UAE, Arsenale, Venezia
Architecture Biennale 2016

 

The building of the Sale d’Armi, the permanent pavilion of the United Arab Emirates, is a distinctive building from the 16th century that is characterized by an askew grid that follows both the longitudinal load bearing walls and the array of steel columns. The design succesfully creates a multi-layered dialogue between the project and the existing structure, from which it infers the geometric organization while maintaining a visual and physical space between the content and the container. A progression of solid and perforated metal partitions are artfully situated within the space of the pavilion so to create a course within the exhibition that is equally spatial and visual.

 

Project competition: winner project

Date: 2015 | 2016

Commissioner: Salama Bint Hamdam Al Nahayan Foundation

Curator: Yasser Elsheshtawy

Coordinating director: Laila Binbrek

Exhibitions coordinator: Rand Abdul Jabbar

Architect: Paolo De Benedictis

Assistants: Emina Gauzanovic, Maria Angilecchia

Structural Engineer: Luca Pulignano

Photography: Alessandra Chemollo

 

<< change project >>

 National Pavilion UAE, Arsenale, Venezia Architecture Biennale 2016     The building of the Sale d’Armi, the permanent pavilion of the United Arab Emirates, is a distinctive building from the 16th century that is characterized by an askew grid that follows both the longitudinal load bearing walls and the array of steel columns. The design succesfully creates a multi-layered dialogue between the project and the existing structure, from which it infers the geometric organization while maintaining a visual and physical space between the content and the container. A progression of solid and perforated metal partitions are artfully situated within the space of the pavilion so to create a course within the exhibition that is equally spatial and visual.   &nbsp;   Project competition: winner project  Date: 2015 | 2016  Commissioner: Salama Bint Hamdam Al Nahayan Foundation  Curator: Yasser Elsheshtawy  Coordinating director:&nbsp;Laila Binbrek  Exhibitions coordinator:&nbsp;Rand Abdul Jabbar  Architect: Paolo De Benedictis  Assistants: Emina Gauzanovic, Maria Angilecchia  Structural Engineer: Luca Pulignano  Photography: Alessandra Chemollo      &lt;&lt;&nbsp; change project &nbsp;&gt;&gt;

National Pavilion UAE, Arsenale, Venezia
Architecture Biennale 2016

 

The building of the Sale d’Armi, the permanent pavilion of the United Arab Emirates, is a distinctive building from the 16th century that is characterized by an askew grid that follows both the longitudinal load bearing walls and the array of steel columns. The design succesfully creates a multi-layered dialogue between the project and the existing structure, from which it infers the geometric organization while maintaining a visual and physical space between the content and the container. A progression of solid and perforated metal partitions are artfully situated within the space of the pavilion so to create a course within the exhibition that is equally spatial and visual.

 

Project competition: winner project

Date: 2015 | 2016

Commissioner: Salama Bint Hamdam Al Nahayan Foundation

Curator: Yasser Elsheshtawy

Coordinating director: Laila Binbrek

Exhibitions coordinator: Rand Abdul Jabbar

Architect: Paolo De Benedictis

Assistants: Emina Gauzanovic, Maria Angilecchia

Structural Engineer: Luca Pulignano

Photography: Alessandra Chemollo

 

<< change project >>

 National Pavilion UAE, Arsenale, Venezia Architecture Biennale 2016     The building of the Sale d’Armi, the permanent pavilion of the United Arab Emirates, is a distinctive building from the 16th century that is characterized by an askew grid that follows both the longitudinal load bearing walls and the array of steel columns. The design succesfully creates a multi-layered dialogue between the project and the existing structure, from which it infers the geometric organization while maintaining a visual and physical space between the content and the container. A progression of solid and perforated metal partitions are artfully situated within the space of the pavilion so to create a course within the exhibition that is equally spatial and visual.   &nbsp;   Project competition: winner project  Date: 2015 | 2016  Commissioner: Salama Bint Hamdam Al Nahayan Foundation  Curator: Yasser Elsheshtawy  Coordinating director:&nbsp;Laila Binbrek  Exhibitions coordinator:&nbsp;Rand Abdul Jabbar  Architect: Paolo De Benedictis  Assistants: Emina Gauzanovic, Maria Angilecchia  Structural Engineer: Luca Pulignano  Photography: Alessandra Chemollo      &lt;&lt;&nbsp; change project &nbsp;&gt;&gt;

National Pavilion UAE, Arsenale, Venezia
Architecture Biennale 2016

 

The building of the Sale d’Armi, the permanent pavilion of the United Arab Emirates, is a distinctive building from the 16th century that is characterized by an askew grid that follows both the longitudinal load bearing walls and the array of steel columns. The design succesfully creates a multi-layered dialogue between the project and the existing structure, from which it infers the geometric organization while maintaining a visual and physical space between the content and the container. A progression of solid and perforated metal partitions are artfully situated within the space of the pavilion so to create a course within the exhibition that is equally spatial and visual.

 

Project competition: winner project

Date: 2015 | 2016

Commissioner: Salama Bint Hamdam Al Nahayan Foundation

Curator: Yasser Elsheshtawy

Coordinating director: Laila Binbrek

Exhibitions coordinator: Rand Abdul Jabbar

Architect: Paolo De Benedictis

Assistants: Emina Gauzanovic, Maria Angilecchia

Structural Engineer: Luca Pulignano

Photography: Alessandra Chemollo

 

<< change project >>

 National Pavilion UAE, Arsenale, Venezia Architecture Biennale 2016     The building of the Sale d’Armi, the permanent pavilion of the United Arab Emirates, is a distinctive building from the 16th century that is characterized by an askew grid that follows both the longitudinal load bearing walls and the array of steel columns. The design succesfully creates a multi-layered dialogue between the project and the existing structure, from which it infers the geometric organization while maintaining a visual and physical space between the content and the container. A progression of solid and perforated metal partitions are artfully situated within the space of the pavilion so to create a course within the exhibition that is equally spatial and visual.   &nbsp;   Project competition: winner project  Date: 2015 | 2016  Commissioner: Salama Bint Hamdam Al Nahayan Foundation  Curator: Yasser Elsheshtawy  Coordinating director:&nbsp;Laila Binbrek  Exhibitions coordinator:&nbsp;Rand Abdul Jabbar  Architect: Paolo De Benedictis  Assistants: Emina Gauzanovic, Maria Angilecchia  Structural Engineer: Luca Pulignano  Photography: Alessandra Chemollo      &lt;&lt;&nbsp; change project &nbsp;&gt;&gt;

National Pavilion UAE, Arsenale, Venezia
Architecture Biennale 2016

 

The building of the Sale d’Armi, the permanent pavilion of the United Arab Emirates, is a distinctive building from the 16th century that is characterized by an askew grid that follows both the longitudinal load bearing walls and the array of steel columns. The design succesfully creates a multi-layered dialogue between the project and the existing structure, from which it infers the geometric organization while maintaining a visual and physical space between the content and the container. A progression of solid and perforated metal partitions are artfully situated within the space of the pavilion so to create a course within the exhibition that is equally spatial and visual.

 

Project competition: winner project

Date: 2015 | 2016

Commissioner: Salama Bint Hamdam Al Nahayan Foundation

Curator: Yasser Elsheshtawy

Coordinating director: Laila Binbrek

Exhibitions coordinator: Rand Abdul Jabbar

Architect: Paolo De Benedictis

Assistants: Emina Gauzanovic, Maria Angilecchia

Structural Engineer: Luca Pulignano

Photography: Alessandra Chemollo

 

<< change project >>

 National Pavilion UAE, Arsenale, Venezia Architecture Biennale 2016     The building of the Sale d’Armi, the permanent pavilion of the United Arab Emirates, is a distinctive building from the 16th century that is characterized by an askew grid that follows both the longitudinal load bearing walls and the array of steel columns. The design succesfully creates a multi-layered dialogue between the project and the existing structure, from which it infers the geometric organization while maintaining a visual and physical space between the content and the container. A progression of solid and perforated metal partitions are artfully situated within the space of the pavilion so to create a course within the exhibition that is equally spatial and visual.   &nbsp;   Project competition: winner project  Date: 2015 | 2016  Commissioner: Salama Bint Hamdam Al Nahayan Foundation  Curator: Yasser Elsheshtawy  Coordinating director:&nbsp;Laila Binbrek  Exhibitions coordinator:&nbsp;Rand Abdul Jabbar  Architect: Paolo De Benedictis  Assistants: Emina Gauzanovic, Maria Angilecchia  Structural Engineer: Luca Pulignano  Photography: Alessandra Chemollo      &lt;&lt;&nbsp; change project &nbsp;&gt;&gt;

National Pavilion UAE, Arsenale, Venezia
Architecture Biennale 2016

 

The building of the Sale d’Armi, the permanent pavilion of the United Arab Emirates, is a distinctive building from the 16th century that is characterized by an askew grid that follows both the longitudinal load bearing walls and the array of steel columns. The design succesfully creates a multi-layered dialogue between the project and the existing structure, from which it infers the geometric organization while maintaining a visual and physical space between the content and the container. A progression of solid and perforated metal partitions are artfully situated within the space of the pavilion so to create a course within the exhibition that is equally spatial and visual.

 

Project competition: winner project

Date: 2015 | 2016

Commissioner: Salama Bint Hamdam Al Nahayan Foundation

Curator: Yasser Elsheshtawy

Coordinating director: Laila Binbrek

Exhibitions coordinator: Rand Abdul Jabbar

Architect: Paolo De Benedictis

Assistants: Emina Gauzanovic, Maria Angilecchia

Structural Engineer: Luca Pulignano

Photography: Alessandra Chemollo

 

<< change project >>

 National Pavilion UAE, Arsenale, Venezia Architecture Biennale 2016     The building of the Sale d’Armi, the permanent pavilion of the United Arab Emirates, is a distinctive building from the 16th century that is characterized by an askew grid that follows both the longitudinal load bearing walls and the array of steel columns. The design succesfully creates a multi-layered dialogue between the project and the existing structure, from which it infers the geometric organization while maintaining a visual and physical space between the content and the container. A progression of solid and perforated metal partitions are artfully situated within the space of the pavilion so to create a course within the exhibition that is equally spatial and visual.   &nbsp;   Project competition: winner project  Date: 2015 | 2016  Commissioner: Salama Bint Hamdam Al Nahayan Foundation  Curator: Yasser Elsheshtawy  Coordinating director:&nbsp;Laila Binbrek  Exhibitions coordinator:&nbsp;Rand Abdul Jabbar  Architect: Paolo De Benedictis  Assistants: Emina Gauzanovic, Maria Angilecchia  Structural Engineer: Luca Pulignano  Photography: Alessandra Chemollo      &lt;&lt;&nbsp; change project &nbsp;&gt;&gt;

National Pavilion UAE, Arsenale, Venezia
Architecture Biennale 2016

 

The building of the Sale d’Armi, the permanent pavilion of the United Arab Emirates, is a distinctive building from the 16th century that is characterized by an askew grid that follows both the longitudinal load bearing walls and the array of steel columns. The design succesfully creates a multi-layered dialogue between the project and the existing structure, from which it infers the geometric organization while maintaining a visual and physical space between the content and the container. A progression of solid and perforated metal partitions are artfully situated within the space of the pavilion so to create a course within the exhibition that is equally spatial and visual.

 

Project competition: winner project

Date: 2015 | 2016

Commissioner: Salama Bint Hamdam Al Nahayan Foundation

Curator: Yasser Elsheshtawy

Coordinating director: Laila Binbrek

Exhibitions coordinator: Rand Abdul Jabbar

Architect: Paolo De Benedictis

Assistants: Emina Gauzanovic, Maria Angilecchia

Structural Engineer: Luca Pulignano

Photography: Alessandra Chemollo

 

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 National Pavilion UAE, Arsenale, Venezia Architecture Biennale 2016     The building of the Sale d’Armi, the permanent pavilion of the United Arab Emirates, is a distinctive building from the 16th century that is characterized by an askew grid that follows both the longitudinal load bearing walls and the array of steel columns. The design succesfully creates a multi-layered dialogue between the project and the existing structure, from which it infers the geometric organization while maintaining a visual and physical space between the content and the container. A progression of solid and perforated metal partitions are artfully situated within the space of the pavilion so to create a course within the exhibition that is equally spatial and visual.   &nbsp;   Project competition: winner project  Date: 2015 | 2016  Commissioner: Salama Bint Hamdam Al Nahayan Foundation  Curator: Yasser Elsheshtawy  Coordinating director:&nbsp;Laila Binbrek  Exhibitions coordinator:&nbsp;Rand Abdul Jabbar  Architect: Paolo De Benedictis  Assistants: Emina Gauzanovic, Maria Angilecchia  Structural Engineer: Luca Pulignano  Photography: Alessandra Chemollo      &lt;&lt;&nbsp; change project &nbsp;&gt;&gt;

National Pavilion UAE, Arsenale, Venezia
Architecture Biennale 2016

 

The building of the Sale d’Armi, the permanent pavilion of the United Arab Emirates, is a distinctive building from the 16th century that is characterized by an askew grid that follows both the longitudinal load bearing walls and the array of steel columns. The design succesfully creates a multi-layered dialogue between the project and the existing structure, from which it infers the geometric organization while maintaining a visual and physical space between the content and the container. A progression of solid and perforated metal partitions are artfully situated within the space of the pavilion so to create a course within the exhibition that is equally spatial and visual.

 

Project competition: winner project

Date: 2015 | 2016

Commissioner: Salama Bint Hamdam Al Nahayan Foundation

Curator: Yasser Elsheshtawy

Coordinating director: Laila Binbrek

Exhibitions coordinator: Rand Abdul Jabbar

Architect: Paolo De Benedictis

Assistants: Emina Gauzanovic, Maria Angilecchia

Structural Engineer: Luca Pulignano

Photography: Alessandra Chemollo

 

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 National Pavilion UAE, Arsenale, Venezia Architecture Biennale 2016     The building of the Sale d’Armi, the permanent pavilion of the United Arab Emirates, is a distinctive building from the 16th century that is characterized by an askew grid that follows both the longitudinal load bearing walls and the array of steel columns. The design succesfully creates a multi-layered dialogue between the project and the existing structure, from which it infers the geometric organization while maintaining a visual and physical space between the content and the container. A progression of solid and perforated metal partitions are artfully situated within the space of the pavilion so to create a course within the exhibition that is equally spatial and visual.   &nbsp;   Project competition: winner project  Date: 2015 | 2016  Commissioner: Salama Bint Hamdam Al Nahayan Foundation  Curator: Yasser Elsheshtawy  Coordinating director:&nbsp;Laila Binbrek  Exhibitions coordinator:&nbsp;Rand Abdul Jabbar  Architect: Paolo De Benedictis  Assistants: Emina Gauzanovic, Maria Angilecchia  Structural Engineer: Luca Pulignano  Photography: Alessandra Chemollo      &lt;&lt;&nbsp; change project &nbsp;&gt;&gt;

National Pavilion UAE, Arsenale, Venezia
Architecture Biennale 2016

 

The building of the Sale d’Armi, the permanent pavilion of the United Arab Emirates, is a distinctive building from the 16th century that is characterized by an askew grid that follows both the longitudinal load bearing walls and the array of steel columns. The design succesfully creates a multi-layered dialogue between the project and the existing structure, from which it infers the geometric organization while maintaining a visual and physical space between the content and the container. A progression of solid and perforated metal partitions are artfully situated within the space of the pavilion so to create a course within the exhibition that is equally spatial and visual.

 

Project competition: winner project

Date: 2015 | 2016

Commissioner: Salama Bint Hamdam Al Nahayan Foundation

Curator: Yasser Elsheshtawy

Coordinating director: Laila Binbrek

Exhibitions coordinator: Rand Abdul Jabbar

Architect: Paolo De Benedictis

Assistants: Emina Gauzanovic, Maria Angilecchia

Structural Engineer: Luca Pulignano

Photography: Alessandra Chemollo

 

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