Unfair Amsterdam Winner Architect Award 2018 Scenography / Installation Zuiveringshal Westergasfabriek Amsterdam, 2018  The design of the exhibition is based on the architectural origins of the ‘fair’ as an extension of public life. A place of meeting, celebrations or trade. Temporary structures were made of cloths and sticks as movable palaces. This design for the art exhibition does not treat the wall as heavy and dogmatic, but rather as a festive, playful and permeable element.  Project team: Tomas Dirrix, Ada Finci Terseglav Photography: Jeroen Verrecht

Unfair Amsterdam
Winner Architect Award 2018
Scenography / Installation
Zuiveringshal Westergasfabriek
Amsterdam, 2018

The design of the exhibition is based on the architectural origins of the ‘fair’ as an extension of public life. A place of meeting, celebrations or trade. Temporary structures were made of cloths and sticks as movable palaces. This design for the art exhibition does not treat the wall as heavy and dogmatic, but rather as a festive, playful and permeable element.

Project team: Tomas Dirrix, Ada Finci Terseglav
Photography: Jeroen Verrecht

 Unfair Amsterdam Winner Architect Award 2018 Scenography / Installation Zuiveringshal Westergasfabriek Amsterdam, 2018  The design of the exhibition is based on the architectural origins of the ‘fair’ as an extension of public life. A place of meeting, celebrations or trade. Temporary structures were made of cloths and sticks as movable palaces. This design for the art exhibition does not treat the wall as heavy and dogmatic, but rather as a festive, playful and permeable element.  Project team: Tomas Dirrix, Ada Finci Terseglav Photography: Jeroen Verrecht

Unfair Amsterdam
Winner Architect Award 2018
Scenography / Installation
Zuiveringshal Westergasfabriek
Amsterdam, 2018

The design of the exhibition is based on the architectural origins of the ‘fair’ as an extension of public life. A place of meeting, celebrations or trade. Temporary structures were made of cloths and sticks as movable palaces. This design for the art exhibition does not treat the wall as heavy and dogmatic, but rather as a festive, playful and permeable element.

Project team: Tomas Dirrix, Ada Finci Terseglav
Photography: Jeroen Verrecht

 Unfair Amsterdam Winner Architect Award 2018 Scenography / Installation Zuiveringshal Westergasfabriek Amsterdam, 2018  The design of the exhibition is based on the architectural origins of the ‘fair’ as an extension of public life. A place of meeting, celebrations or trade. Temporary structures were made of cloths and sticks as movable palaces. This design for the art exhibition does not treat the wall as heavy and dogmatic, but rather as a festive, playful and permeable element.  Project team: Tomas Dirrix, Ada Finci Terseglav Photography: Jeroen Verrecht

Unfair Amsterdam
Winner Architect Award 2018
Scenography / Installation
Zuiveringshal Westergasfabriek
Amsterdam, 2018

The design of the exhibition is based on the architectural origins of the ‘fair’ as an extension of public life. A place of meeting, celebrations or trade. Temporary structures were made of cloths and sticks as movable palaces. This design for the art exhibition does not treat the wall as heavy and dogmatic, but rather as a festive, playful and permeable element.

Project team: Tomas Dirrix, Ada Finci Terseglav
Photography: Jeroen Verrecht

 Unfair Amsterdam Winner Architect Award 2018 Scenography / Installation Zuiveringshal Westergasfabriek Amsterdam, 2018  The design of the exhibition is based on the architectural origins of the ‘fair’ as an extension of public life. A place of meeting, celebrations or trade. Temporary structures were made of cloths and sticks as movable palaces. This design for the art exhibition does not treat the wall as heavy and dogmatic, but rather as a festive, playful and permeable element.  Project team: Tomas Dirrix, Ada Finci Terseglav Photography: Jeroen Verrecht

Unfair Amsterdam
Winner Architect Award 2018
Scenography / Installation
Zuiveringshal Westergasfabriek
Amsterdam, 2018

The design of the exhibition is based on the architectural origins of the ‘fair’ as an extension of public life. A place of meeting, celebrations or trade. Temporary structures were made of cloths and sticks as movable palaces. This design for the art exhibition does not treat the wall as heavy and dogmatic, but rather as a festive, playful and permeable element.

Project team: Tomas Dirrix, Ada Finci Terseglav
Photography: Jeroen Verrecht

 Unfair Amsterdam Winner Architect Award 2018 Scenography / Installation Zuiveringshal Westergasfabriek Amsterdam, 2018  The design of the exhibition is based on the architectural origins of the ‘fair’ as an extension of public life. A place of meeting, celebrations or trade. Temporary structures were made of cloths and sticks as movable palaces. This design for the art exhibition does not treat the wall as heavy and dogmatic, but rather as a festive, playful and permeable element.  Project team: Tomas Dirrix, Ada Finci Terseglav Photography: Jeroen Verrecht

Unfair Amsterdam
Winner Architect Award 2018
Scenography / Installation
Zuiveringshal Westergasfabriek
Amsterdam, 2018

The design of the exhibition is based on the architectural origins of the ‘fair’ as an extension of public life. A place of meeting, celebrations or trade. Temporary structures were made of cloths and sticks as movable palaces. This design for the art exhibition does not treat the wall as heavy and dogmatic, but rather as a festive, playful and permeable element.

Project team: Tomas Dirrix, Ada Finci Terseglav
Photography: Jeroen Verrecht

 Unfair Amsterdam Winner Architect Award 2018 Scenography / Installation Zuiveringshal Westergasfabriek Amsterdam, 2018  The design of the exhibition is based on the architectural origins of the ‘fair’ as an extension of public life. A place of meeting, celebrations or trade. Temporary structures were made of cloths and sticks as movable palaces. This design for the art exhibition does not treat the wall as heavy and dogmatic, but rather as a festive, playful and permeable element.  Project team: Tomas Dirrix, Ada Finci Terseglav Photography: Jeroen Verrecht

Unfair Amsterdam
Winner Architect Award 2018
Scenography / Installation
Zuiveringshal Westergasfabriek
Amsterdam, 2018

The design of the exhibition is based on the architectural origins of the ‘fair’ as an extension of public life. A place of meeting, celebrations or trade. Temporary structures were made of cloths and sticks as movable palaces. This design for the art exhibition does not treat the wall as heavy and dogmatic, but rather as a festive, playful and permeable element.

Project team: Tomas Dirrix, Ada Finci Terseglav
Photography: Jeroen Verrecht

 Unfair Amsterdam Winner Architect Award 2018 Scenography / Installation Zuiveringshal Westergasfabriek Amsterdam, 2018  The design of the exhibition is based on the architectural origins of the ‘fair’ as an extension of public life. A place of meeting, celebrations or trade. Temporary structures were made of cloths and sticks as movable palaces. This design for the art exhibition does not treat the wall as heavy and dogmatic, but rather as a festive, playful and permeable element.  Project team: Tomas Dirrix, Ada Finci Terseglav Drawing: Atelier Tomas Dirrix

Unfair Amsterdam
Winner Architect Award 2018
Scenography / Installation
Zuiveringshal Westergasfabriek
Amsterdam, 2018

The design of the exhibition is based on the architectural origins of the ‘fair’ as an extension of public life. A place of meeting, celebrations or trade. Temporary structures were made of cloths and sticks as movable palaces. This design for the art exhibition does not treat the wall as heavy and dogmatic, but rather as a festive, playful and permeable element.

Project team: Tomas Dirrix, Ada Finci Terseglav
Drawing: Atelier Tomas Dirrix

 Unfair Amsterdam Winner Architect Award 2018 Scenography / Installation Zuiveringshal Westergasfabriek Amsterdam, 2018  The design of the exhibition is based on the architectural origins of the ‘fair’ as an extension of public life. A place of meeting, celebrations or trade. Temporary structures were made of cloths and sticks as movable palaces. This design for the art exhibition does not treat the wall as heavy and dogmatic, but rather as a festive, playful and permeable element.  Project team: Tomas Dirrix, Ada Finci Terseglav Drawing: Atelier Tomas Dirrix

Unfair Amsterdam
Winner Architect Award 2018
Scenography / Installation
Zuiveringshal Westergasfabriek
Amsterdam, 2018

The design of the exhibition is based on the architectural origins of the ‘fair’ as an extension of public life. A place of meeting, celebrations or trade. Temporary structures were made of cloths and sticks as movable palaces. This design for the art exhibition does not treat the wall as heavy and dogmatic, but rather as a festive, playful and permeable element.

Project team: Tomas Dirrix, Ada Finci Terseglav
Drawing: Atelier Tomas Dirrix

 Unfair Amsterdam Winner Architect Award 2018 Scenography / Installation Zuiveringshal Westergasfabriek Amsterdam, 2018  The design of the exhibition is based on the architectural origins of the ‘fair’ as an extension of public life. A place of meeting, celebrations or trade. Temporary structures were made of cloths and sticks as movable palaces. This design for the art exhibition does not treat the wall as heavy and dogmatic, but rather as a festive, playful and permeable element.  Project team: Tomas Dirrix, Ada Finci Terseglav Drawing: Atelier Tomas Dirrix

Unfair Amsterdam
Winner Architect Award 2018
Scenography / Installation
Zuiveringshal Westergasfabriek
Amsterdam, 2018

The design of the exhibition is based on the architectural origins of the ‘fair’ as an extension of public life. A place of meeting, celebrations or trade. Temporary structures were made of cloths and sticks as movable palaces. This design for the art exhibition does not treat the wall as heavy and dogmatic, but rather as a festive, playful and permeable element.

Project team: Tomas Dirrix, Ada Finci Terseglav
Drawing: Atelier Tomas Dirrix

 Unfair Amsterdam Winner Architect Award 2018 Scenography / Installation Zuiveringshal Westergasfabriek Amsterdam, 2018  The design of the exhibition is based on the architectural origins of the ‘fair’ as an extension of public life. A place of meeting, celebrations or trade. Temporary structures were made of cloths and sticks as movable palaces. This design for the art exhibition does not treat the wall as heavy and dogmatic, but rather as a festive, playful and permeable element.  Project team: Tomas Dirrix, Ada Finci Terseglav Drawing: Atelier Tomas Dirrix

Unfair Amsterdam
Winner Architect Award 2018
Scenography / Installation
Zuiveringshal Westergasfabriek
Amsterdam, 2018

The design of the exhibition is based on the architectural origins of the ‘fair’ as an extension of public life. A place of meeting, celebrations or trade. Temporary structures were made of cloths and sticks as movable palaces. This design for the art exhibition does not treat the wall as heavy and dogmatic, but rather as a festive, playful and permeable element.

Project team: Tomas Dirrix, Ada Finci Terseglav
Drawing: Atelier Tomas Dirrix

 Unfair Amsterdam Winner Architect Award 2018 Scenography / Installation Zuiveringshal Westergasfabriek Amsterdam, 2018  The design of the exhibition is based on the architectural origins of the ‘fair’ as an extension of public life. A place of meeting, celebrations or trade. Temporary structures were made of cloths and sticks as movable palaces. This design for the art exhibition does not treat the wall as heavy and dogmatic, but rather as a festive, playful and permeable element.  Project team: Tomas Dirrix, Ada Finci Terseglav Photography: Jeroen Verrecht
 Unfair Amsterdam Winner Architect Award 2018 Scenography / Installation Zuiveringshal Westergasfabriek Amsterdam, 2018  The design of the exhibition is based on the architectural origins of the ‘fair’ as an extension of public life. A place of meeting, celebrations or trade. Temporary structures were made of cloths and sticks as movable palaces. This design for the art exhibition does not treat the wall as heavy and dogmatic, but rather as a festive, playful and permeable element.  Project team: Tomas Dirrix, Ada Finci Terseglav Photography: Jeroen Verrecht
 Unfair Amsterdam Winner Architect Award 2018 Scenography / Installation Zuiveringshal Westergasfabriek Amsterdam, 2018  The design of the exhibition is based on the architectural origins of the ‘fair’ as an extension of public life. A place of meeting, celebrations or trade. Temporary structures were made of cloths and sticks as movable palaces. This design for the art exhibition does not treat the wall as heavy and dogmatic, but rather as a festive, playful and permeable element.  Project team: Tomas Dirrix, Ada Finci Terseglav Photography: Jeroen Verrecht
 Unfair Amsterdam Winner Architect Award 2018 Scenography / Installation Zuiveringshal Westergasfabriek Amsterdam, 2018  The design of the exhibition is based on the architectural origins of the ‘fair’ as an extension of public life. A place of meeting, celebrations or trade. Temporary structures were made of cloths and sticks as movable palaces. This design for the art exhibition does not treat the wall as heavy and dogmatic, but rather as a festive, playful and permeable element.  Project team: Tomas Dirrix, Ada Finci Terseglav Photography: Jeroen Verrecht
 Unfair Amsterdam Winner Architect Award 2018 Scenography / Installation Zuiveringshal Westergasfabriek Amsterdam, 2018  The design of the exhibition is based on the architectural origins of the ‘fair’ as an extension of public life. A place of meeting, celebrations or trade. Temporary structures were made of cloths and sticks as movable palaces. This design for the art exhibition does not treat the wall as heavy and dogmatic, but rather as a festive, playful and permeable element.  Project team: Tomas Dirrix, Ada Finci Terseglav Photography: Jeroen Verrecht
 Unfair Amsterdam Winner Architect Award 2018 Scenography / Installation Zuiveringshal Westergasfabriek Amsterdam, 2018  The design of the exhibition is based on the architectural origins of the ‘fair’ as an extension of public life. A place of meeting, celebrations or trade. Temporary structures were made of cloths and sticks as movable palaces. This design for the art exhibition does not treat the wall as heavy and dogmatic, but rather as a festive, playful and permeable element.  Project team: Tomas Dirrix, Ada Finci Terseglav Photography: Jeroen Verrecht
 Unfair Amsterdam Winner Architect Award 2018 Scenography / Installation Zuiveringshal Westergasfabriek Amsterdam, 2018  The design of the exhibition is based on the architectural origins of the ‘fair’ as an extension of public life. A place of meeting, celebrations or trade. Temporary structures were made of cloths and sticks as movable palaces. This design for the art exhibition does not treat the wall as heavy and dogmatic, but rather as a festive, playful and permeable element.  Project team: Tomas Dirrix, Ada Finci Terseglav Drawing: Atelier Tomas Dirrix
 Unfair Amsterdam Winner Architect Award 2018 Scenography / Installation Zuiveringshal Westergasfabriek Amsterdam, 2018  The design of the exhibition is based on the architectural origins of the ‘fair’ as an extension of public life. A place of meeting, celebrations or trade. Temporary structures were made of cloths and sticks as movable palaces. This design for the art exhibition does not treat the wall as heavy and dogmatic, but rather as a festive, playful and permeable element.  Project team: Tomas Dirrix, Ada Finci Terseglav Drawing: Atelier Tomas Dirrix
 Unfair Amsterdam Winner Architect Award 2018 Scenography / Installation Zuiveringshal Westergasfabriek Amsterdam, 2018  The design of the exhibition is based on the architectural origins of the ‘fair’ as an extension of public life. A place of meeting, celebrations or trade. Temporary structures were made of cloths and sticks as movable palaces. This design for the art exhibition does not treat the wall as heavy and dogmatic, but rather as a festive, playful and permeable element.  Project team: Tomas Dirrix, Ada Finci Terseglav Drawing: Atelier Tomas Dirrix
 Unfair Amsterdam Winner Architect Award 2018 Scenography / Installation Zuiveringshal Westergasfabriek Amsterdam, 2018  The design of the exhibition is based on the architectural origins of the ‘fair’ as an extension of public life. A place of meeting, celebrations or trade. Temporary structures were made of cloths and sticks as movable palaces. This design for the art exhibition does not treat the wall as heavy and dogmatic, but rather as a festive, playful and permeable element.  Project team: Tomas Dirrix, Ada Finci Terseglav Drawing: Atelier Tomas Dirrix

Unfair Amsterdam
Winner Architect Award 2018
Scenography / Installation
Zuiveringshal Westergasfabriek
Amsterdam, 2018

The design of the exhibition is based on the architectural origins of the ‘fair’ as an extension of public life. A place of meeting, celebrations or trade. Temporary structures were made of cloths and sticks as movable palaces. This design for the art exhibition does not treat the wall as heavy and dogmatic, but rather as a festive, playful and permeable element.

Project team: Tomas Dirrix, Ada Finci Terseglav
Photography: Jeroen Verrecht

Unfair Amsterdam
Winner Architect Award 2018
Scenography / Installation
Zuiveringshal Westergasfabriek
Amsterdam, 2018

The design of the exhibition is based on the architectural origins of the ‘fair’ as an extension of public life. A place of meeting, celebrations or trade. Temporary structures were made of cloths and sticks as movable palaces. This design for the art exhibition does not treat the wall as heavy and dogmatic, but rather as a festive, playful and permeable element.

Project team: Tomas Dirrix, Ada Finci Terseglav
Photography: Jeroen Verrecht

Unfair Amsterdam
Winner Architect Award 2018
Scenography / Installation
Zuiveringshal Westergasfabriek
Amsterdam, 2018

The design of the exhibition is based on the architectural origins of the ‘fair’ as an extension of public life. A place of meeting, celebrations or trade. Temporary structures were made of cloths and sticks as movable palaces. This design for the art exhibition does not treat the wall as heavy and dogmatic, but rather as a festive, playful and permeable element.

Project team: Tomas Dirrix, Ada Finci Terseglav
Photography: Jeroen Verrecht

Unfair Amsterdam
Winner Architect Award 2018
Scenography / Installation
Zuiveringshal Westergasfabriek
Amsterdam, 2018

The design of the exhibition is based on the architectural origins of the ‘fair’ as an extension of public life. A place of meeting, celebrations or trade. Temporary structures were made of cloths and sticks as movable palaces. This design for the art exhibition does not treat the wall as heavy and dogmatic, but rather as a festive, playful and permeable element.

Project team: Tomas Dirrix, Ada Finci Terseglav
Photography: Jeroen Verrecht

Unfair Amsterdam
Winner Architect Award 2018
Scenography / Installation
Zuiveringshal Westergasfabriek
Amsterdam, 2018

The design of the exhibition is based on the architectural origins of the ‘fair’ as an extension of public life. A place of meeting, celebrations or trade. Temporary structures were made of cloths and sticks as movable palaces. This design for the art exhibition does not treat the wall as heavy and dogmatic, but rather as a festive, playful and permeable element.

Project team: Tomas Dirrix, Ada Finci Terseglav
Photography: Jeroen Verrecht

Unfair Amsterdam
Winner Architect Award 2018
Scenography / Installation
Zuiveringshal Westergasfabriek
Amsterdam, 2018

The design of the exhibition is based on the architectural origins of the ‘fair’ as an extension of public life. A place of meeting, celebrations or trade. Temporary structures were made of cloths and sticks as movable palaces. This design for the art exhibition does not treat the wall as heavy and dogmatic, but rather as a festive, playful and permeable element.

Project team: Tomas Dirrix, Ada Finci Terseglav
Photography: Jeroen Verrecht

Unfair Amsterdam
Winner Architect Award 2018
Scenography / Installation
Zuiveringshal Westergasfabriek
Amsterdam, 2018

The design of the exhibition is based on the architectural origins of the ‘fair’ as an extension of public life. A place of meeting, celebrations or trade. Temporary structures were made of cloths and sticks as movable palaces. This design for the art exhibition does not treat the wall as heavy and dogmatic, but rather as a festive, playful and permeable element.

Project team: Tomas Dirrix, Ada Finci Terseglav
Drawing: Atelier Tomas Dirrix

Unfair Amsterdam
Winner Architect Award 2018
Scenography / Installation
Zuiveringshal Westergasfabriek
Amsterdam, 2018

The design of the exhibition is based on the architectural origins of the ‘fair’ as an extension of public life. A place of meeting, celebrations or trade. Temporary structures were made of cloths and sticks as movable palaces. This design for the art exhibition does not treat the wall as heavy and dogmatic, but rather as a festive, playful and permeable element.

Project team: Tomas Dirrix, Ada Finci Terseglav
Drawing: Atelier Tomas Dirrix

Unfair Amsterdam
Winner Architect Award 2018
Scenography / Installation
Zuiveringshal Westergasfabriek
Amsterdam, 2018

The design of the exhibition is based on the architectural origins of the ‘fair’ as an extension of public life. A place of meeting, celebrations or trade. Temporary structures were made of cloths and sticks as movable palaces. This design for the art exhibition does not treat the wall as heavy and dogmatic, but rather as a festive, playful and permeable element.

Project team: Tomas Dirrix, Ada Finci Terseglav
Drawing: Atelier Tomas Dirrix

Unfair Amsterdam
Winner Architect Award 2018
Scenography / Installation
Zuiveringshal Westergasfabriek
Amsterdam, 2018

The design of the exhibition is based on the architectural origins of the ‘fair’ as an extension of public life. A place of meeting, celebrations or trade. Temporary structures were made of cloths and sticks as movable palaces. This design for the art exhibition does not treat the wall as heavy and dogmatic, but rather as a festive, playful and permeable element.

Project team: Tomas Dirrix, Ada Finci Terseglav
Drawing: Atelier Tomas Dirrix

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