Galerie Ephemere is a minimalist exhibition pavilion designed by the architecture team at Gillot+Givry. Created to display specific art installations, this simplistic and remote structure spans a mere 22 square feet in size.
The structure is built to resemble a traditional Japanese tea house and embraces simplicity and minimalism through its bare aesthetic. The linear architecture piece dons a white facade while its wood-clad interior boasts no ornamentation or furnishings.
The building's exhibited artworks are its only design accents and serve as focal points for the simplistic structure that graces a remote woodland setting. Aiming to create a memorable experience for art lovers, Galerie Ephemere by Gillot+Givry explores sensory design ideals and immerses one into a tactile and emotion-filled art environment that they need to experience to believe.
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