'Press Box' is a temporary installation that sits inside of the Acquario Romano, with the intention of providing a space for people to read architectural literature.
The modular structure is both lightweight and flexible, requiring only four hours for assembly. Inside of the temporary pavilion, are shelves of books and magazines which sit in contrast to the interior's mesh lining -- quite literally creating paper walls. These pieces of literature play a crucial role in the structure's design: to help raise awareness for the importance of both reading and architecture. Complete with tables, chairs and a plethora of reading material, the pavilion provides a unique place for the public to escape and enjoy a peaceful moment.
Photo Credits: designboom, set-architects
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