Exhibition Pavilions

Charlie Hebdo Portable Pavilion

This was a concept design for an international architecture competition. The purpose of the structure was to deconstruct the idea of free speech; to remind visitors that freedom of speech is a luxury not all people can enjoy. The competition intended to create a traveling structure to exhibit the works of the outspoken publication. Our response was political, in that we recognize freedom of speech depends on the country you are in. The exhibits are positioned next to the windows, thus allowing the visitor to view them against their current environmental and social background (which are visible throught the openings).

What We Did

Architectural visualisation and concept design


Architecture competition