These two pavilions that have been constructed on New York's Governors Island aim to be more than just eye-catching temporary structures – at the end of the summer they will be recycled to make chandeliers, sun canopies and oyster beds (+ slideshow). More »
It took just three and a half days to erect this temporary 6,000-square-metre structure in Mexico City's Zócalo plaza, because architecture studio MMX chose to build it from scaffolding and canvas (+ slideshow). More »
Following the opening of the Milan Expo, which includes temporary structures by Foster + Partners and Daniel Libeskind, we've updated our Pinterest board dedicated to pavilions to show some of the best examples published on Dezeen over the last year.
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