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Jantar de fim de ano HSBC 2012 – Museu Oscar Niemeyer

Jantar de fim de ano HSBC 2012 – Museu Oscar Niemeyer

Inauguração do Centro de Pesquisa e Desenvolvimento O Boticário (Foto: Gilson Camargo)

Inauguração do Centro de Pesquisa e Desenvolvimento O Boticário (Foto: Gilson Camargo)

Coquetel YPO – Galeria Casa da Imagem (Foto: Gilson Camargo).

Coquetel YPO – Galeria Casa da Imagem (Foto: Gilson Camargo).

Jantar de fim de ano HSBC 2012 – Museu Oscar Niemeyer (Foto: Gilson Camargo).

Jantar de fim de ano HSBC 2012 – Museu Oscar Niemeyer (Foto: Gilson Camargo).

New Holland Dealer Connection – Associação dos Funcionários CNH (Foto: Gilson Camargo).

New Holland Dealer Connection – Associação dos Funcionários CNH (Foto: Gilson Camargo).

Inauguração da agência Itaú Personnalité Champagnat – Curitiba/PR (Foto: Gilson Camargo).

Inauguração da agência Itaú Personnalité Champagnat – Curitiba/PR (Foto: Gilson Camargo).

Entrega do prêmio Top de Marketing ADVB-PR (Foto: Alex Trinks).

Entrega do prêmio Top de Marketing ADVB-PR (Foto: Alex Trinks).

Café em recepção à presidente da República – Curitiba PR (Foto: Gilson Camargo).

Café em recepção à presidente da República – Curitiba PR (Foto: Gilson Camargo).

The temporary “P-Cube” pavilion in the centre of VDNKh Park in Moscow/RUS was designed and realised by the Spanish artist and architect Marcos Zotes from Unstable, a design and research laboratory operating today from Reykjavik, Iceland. The core structure was based on a standard scaffolding system which was covered entirely with a semi-transparent layer of fabric. The ghostly and ephemeral appearance of the pavilion during the daytime became alive with geometric visuals after dark.

The temporary “P-Cube” pavilion in the centre of VDNKh Park in Moscow/RUS was designed and realised by the Spanish artist and architect Marcos Zotes from Unstable, a design and research laboratory operating today from Reykjavik, Iceland. The core structure was based on a standard scaffolding system which was covered entirely with a semi-transparent layer of fabric. The ghostly and ephemeral appearance of the pavilion during the daytime became alive with geometric visuals after dark.

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