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Location: Arena Design Fair, Poznań, Poland
Area: 200 m2
Architects: mode:lina architekci
Team: Paweł Garus, Jerzy Woźniak, Kinga Kin, Magdalena Skop
Photographs: Marcin Ratajczak
Human Touch Group pavilion has been located a central spot at Arena Design fairground in Poznań right next to filled with activities Forum zone, this is why designers decided to allow an uninterrupted flow of people through HTG space.
Pavilion’s spatial form created by mode:lina is nothing else than an open-work micro-city, which from one side invites visitors to an open piazza next to Concordia Taste cafe equipped with FoodLab by Tomek Rygalik and Mała Czarna (The Little Black) designed by Maria Jeglińska, on the other side rows of wooden houses form an intimate atmosphere for meetings, workshops or consultations.
Each house is finished with different material set – side houses made of wood combined with 4500 paper sheets and wood with banner mesh, and the main house in steel construction covered with wall panels. Doors, flooring and furniture were supplied by members of Human Touch Group.