Buckminster Knows 030

In 1965 the Dutch architect Aldo Van Eyck (1918-1999) was invited to design an exhibition pavillion in Arnhem's Sonsbeek Park and for the duration of one summer modern sculptures of artists such as Brancusi, Arp, Giacometti, Zadkin and Tajiri were acommodated in it. 
The pavillion consists of six parallel placed walls in simple concrete blocks covered by a transparent floating plane. The complex spatial system created by the famous plan is quite exciting.

pictures at archined.nl

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