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    Eco Pavilion 2011 by MMX at Eco Experimental Museum, Mexico City | photo © Yoshihiro Koitani

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Eco Pavilion 2011 / MMX | The pavilion is composed by two interwoven systems of ropes running freely through the two courtyards. The new three-dimensional surfaces, create screens of varying densities that reconfigure the openness of the original courtyards into a more confined and enclosed space.

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