terrific pavilion design at the venice architecture biennale. m.
the ‘parasite pavilion’ is the outcome of the cooperation between the architect, hsieh ying chun, and TCA think tank, led by pier alessio rizzardi and zhang hankun, together with students from europe, australia, and china. the work was performed as part of the intensive, five-day ‘bug dome’ workshop for the synergy & symbiosis event of the 2014 venice architecture biennale. the structure, which is realized on the vacuum in the garden outside the chinese pavilion to attract the visitors arriving from giardini and arsenale exhibition, offers shade, protection, and a place to escape from the great content of the ‘absorbing modernity’ gallery, allowing a direct experience to elements of architecture.