17th Biennale Architecture Exhibition
Uzbek Pavilion
Venice Arsenal

Mahalla, Pavilion of Uzbekistan at the 17th Architecture Biennale, Arsenale, Venice.

Art and Culture Development Foundation under the Ministry of Culture of the Republic of Uzbekistan

Emanuel Christ and Christoph Gantenbein

Carlos Casas, Bas Prince in collaboration with CCA Lab Tashkent

Exhibit Design and Production:
We Exhibit

Venice Documentation Project

We realized on commission a tubular structure entirely welded on site for the Uzbekistan pavilion at the Venice Biennale.

The structure is composed of elements all different from each other, which intersect and overlap in a harmonious manner. The overall shape of the structure is reminiscent of a sinuous wave, which bends and arches in a fluid manner.

The structure was painted strictly by brush on site, following the criteria of an industrial gas pipe. The paint used is anthracite grey, a colour that goes well with its surroundings.

The structure is made of high-quality materials, which guarantee its strength and durability. The tubes used are made of galvanized steel, a corrosion-resistant material. The paint used is a rustproof paint, which protects the structure from the elements.

The structure was successfully installed and helped to create an atmospheric and engaging atmosphere for the Uzbekistan pavilion.

The structure was built with special attention to detail and craftsmanship. The welding of the tubes was carried out with great precision to create a solid and durable structure. The paintbrush painting achieved a high quality end result, which enhances the sinuous shape of the structure.

The structure is an example of our ability to realize complex and articulated projects, using high-quality materials and craftsmanship techniques.

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