Take My Hand is a pavilion in Barcelona by Peter Cook and Yael Reisner, that was done under the theme of Democracy for the series 'BCN re.set.' The giant hand-like pavilion is hung over a square in the Spanish metropolis.
The space underneath the giant blue hand is meant to be for various events, including social gatherings and wedding ceremonies. The hand acts as a method of shading for people here, and is also meant to be a type of art form. Moreover, as part of the theme of Democracy, the design stands for human rights and equality, with the color blue being a universal symbol for this.
Anyone visiting Barcelona should head to this square to check out the Take My hand pavilion, and celebrate equality for people worldwide.
Photo Credits: designboom, tricentenari.bcnt
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