In an era characterized by an increasingly mistrust and separation, where physical and cultural barriers are erected, the main intent of the project was to subvert this trend trying to create a space of union, democratic and of free expression.
Through the contemporary reinterpretation of the tradition and atmosphere of the Champ de Mars, as a place of international exhibitions, characterized by vanguard architectures in iron and glass, was thought a steel element, a wall that becomes pillar, designed as a unique generator element of the pavilion.
By the repetition of this element is generated a succession of spaces whose occupation is not defined, but rather is left free; this generates a flexible space, a whole composed of fragments. The user thus, through the density of the pavilion, abstract himself from the outside world and runs a series of aseptic environments, in an ambiguous sequence of spaces at the same time introspective and of union.
It‘s a democratic pavilion where there is not an established hierarchy; each space is as important as the neighboring.