Featured series: Holarchies - architectonic abstractions from EXPO Milano

 

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UK Pavilion
Spain Pavilion
Italy Pavilion
Intesa San Paolo Pavilion
Cardo
Holy See Pavilion
Expo Center
Japan Pavilion
Vanke Pavilion
China Pavilion
USA Pavilion
Belgium Pavilion
Poland Pavilion
Vietnam Pavilion
China Pavilion
Spain Pavilion
Arid zones cluster
UK Pavilion
Korea Pavilion
Holy See Pavilion
Intesa San Paolo Pavilion
Italy Pavilion
Kuwait Pavilion
Malaysia Pavilion
France Pavilion
Copagri Pavilion
Mexico Pavilion
Colombia Pavilion
Turkey Pavilion
Pavilion Zero
Uruguay Pavilion
Enel Pavilion
The Wings
Italy Pavilion
Kuwait Pavilion
The Wings
Rice Cluster
Equador Pavilion
Austria Pavilion
Uruguay Pavilion
France Pavilion
Germany Pavilion
UK Pavilion
Alitalia & Etihad Pavilion
Italy Pavilion
Belarus Pavilion
Austria Pavilion
Thailand Pavilion
Italy Pavilion
Italy Pavilion
UK Pavilion
UK Pavilion
Russia Pavilion
Turkey Pavilion
Holy See Pavilion
Turkmenistan Pavilion
China Corporate United
Intesa San Paolo Pavilion
Estonia Pavilion
Angola Pavilion
Germany Pavilion
Bio-Mediterranean Cluster
Brazil Pavilion
UAE Pavilion

Design is the first signal of human intention. Architectural design is a prime example of tangible and intangible connections between matter and spirit. The title of the series is a reference to Arthur Koestler’s seminal book and his concept of holons - something that is simultaneously a whole and a part. This fractal like relationship of architectonic elements is meaningful in different levels of scale and perspective such as “in and out”, “up and down”, or “made up of, and make up”. A single detail of a structure can include within it the essence of the whole building - the “ghost in the shell”. This collection consists of works from the EXPO Milano 2015 pavilions.