Traveling across the world to experience a new culture can be a bummer if the museum geeky tourists were hoping to peruse is closed for renovations; the Schaustelle Pavilion is a unique solution that can be considered a form of art itself. It is a temporary space made out of scaffolding. Located just outside the Pinakothek der Moderne (Modern Art Museum) in Munich, Germany, the Schaustelle Pavilion is set to hold exhibitions, installations, workshops, talks, and other events while it is out of commission.
The Schaustelle Pavilion was designed by J. Mayer H. Architects. A clever ode to the reason for its existence, it also serves as a great vantage point for visitors to enjoy the sights of the city from. The pieces can be reused once its disbanded.
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