Koda Estonia Pavilion by KUU Architects Koda is one of the oldest Estonian words, originally meaning “place for living”. The koda in its original form is still in use, even though its basic purpose has changed.
Gallery of HILA Pavilion / Digiwoodlab Project + University Of Oulu Students - 8
Finnish Pavilion Venice Architecture Biennale Architect Anssi Lassila has installed two huts outside the Finnish Pavilion at the Venice biennale. The first was built from spruce by a Finnish carpenter.
The Shell.ter pavilion, a temporary installation for the Cerveira Creative Camp, is built from monoblock chairs in the gardens of a natural park in the north of Portugal, during a short summer workshop by LIKE Architects.
HUSLY (Design: Wullum) Small weekend house with an enclosed atrium. Large sliding doors make it possible to close the summer house completely when not in use. Large living room with windows on both sides means that you can enjoy the view from the atrium*^