Urban Tetris.

Every pavilion tries to attract visitors’ attention but this pavilion initially seeks out the visitors itself. When the starting pistol for the exhibition was fired, the 25 pavilion components were spread around Amsterdam city. The form of the three metre high viewing boxes refers to the first generation of the ‘Tetris’ computer game. The viewing boxes, in which a presentation about living in the future could be seen continuously, were pulled through the city for four days in order to finally form a temporarily pavilion as toy building blocks.

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