Iran Pavilion for the biennale
with Mario Redaelli
The pavilion for the Biennale of Venice wants to fusion the persian culture with the european one, processing its spaces typologies and its traditional decorations.
The project is inspired by the bazaar, one of the most important meeting place in Iran and configures itself like a container that can tell information to the visitors.
The exteriors is white and minimal and is humbly inserted in the beautiful Biennale spaces. processingThe interiors are black and on the walls there are pictures and videos with the most interesting iranian contemporary architectures.
The pavilion access ceiling is low, as in some traditional buildings, but when the visitor enters, discovers the hidden secret: an high space all decorated with a geometrical system that is developed on the walls and the ceiling.