Temporary pavilion by Frank Havermans references traditional Dutch farmhouses
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The design of this angular pavilion in Waal, The Netherlands, was inspired by local farmhouses and traditional residential architecture. Dutch architect Frank Havermans designed the structure named KAPKAR/ SF – P7S as a temporary venue for a series of summer events organized by the arts organization Stichting Fabrikaat. Overlooking a newly built channel in The Netherlands, the pavilion stands out from the tranquil, pastoral surroundings as a rib cage-like structure with sharp angles. It combines...