Architectural events and Expos—which have started to cautiously reopen around the world within the past months—are avenues for the exchange of ideas, and a primary part of these events are pavilions. These structures, which represent and articulate messages, are opportunities to test-bed novel architecture and building techniques.

Such events need to be conscious of their impact on the environment. Some of the most prominent exhibitions have highlighted themes of circularity—a system of production and consumption where resources are reused in a loop for as long as possible—in order to amplify its necessity in the public awareness.

The temporary nature of pavilions makes them an ideal chance to see how the built structures can be taken apart after their use, and ...


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