The Ante-Pavilion

The Ante-Pavilion

London Architecture Biennale, St James Church,
London, UK
16–25 June 2006

Produced for the London Architecture Biennale by David Morley Architects, The Ante-Paviion was a temporary structure that offered visitors a multi-sensory experience through 3D sound by Illustrious.

Built in protest at the British councils decision to exclude all London based projects from exhibiting at the British Pavilion for that years Venice Biennale, the Pavilion provided the ideal resting point at the heart of the London Architecture Biennale route, and was one of its most popular attractions.

Construction of the Pavilion was undertaken by Price & Myers 3D Engineering, featuring collaborations from Tom Dixon and Martyn Ware of Illustrious.

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