Luca Moscelli is a young architect at MVRDV who led the design of the Netherlands pavilion at the FILBO. The pavilion is a comment on the often wasteful system of trade fairs in which enormous constructions are made and trashed a few days or weeks later. In Bogotá a different approach was chosen, the fair trade pavilion is a Dutch village, Pueblo Holandes, which is made of a single wooden element that can be flexibly rearranged, almost like LEGO. The pavilion will be reused in various places in Bogotá as local mini libraries. Luca explains how MVRDV works in such a process and what steps it takes in general to get to its remarkable designs.
Time: 14:00 - 15:30 pm
Date: 18th April 2016
Location: Auditorio Lleras, Universidad de Los Andes