CHART Architecture throughout the years

CHART Architecture is a 72-hour open call competition inviting graduate students or newly graduated architects, designers, and artists to explore and challenge the crossovers between art, design and architecture through designing temporary pavilions for CHART. Here’s a throwback to previous years’ spectacular designs.

CHART Architecture 2021, Winner Pavillion - Leverage, Photo by Joakim Züger

CHART Architecture 2021

Based on the theme of Social Architecture, each of the five finalist teams presented new ideas on how architecture can be a powerful tool for creating collective spatial experiences. After a year of social distancing, the finalists’ pavilion designs explored ways to come together again and to share social experiences.

Read more about CHART Architecture 2021 here.

CHART Architecture 2021, Situated Exteriors, Photo by Joakim Züger

CHART Architecture 2021, OM, Photo by Joakim Züger

CHART Architecture 2019

Recycled IKEA Sultan mattresses, a huggable facade, bricks of recycled paper, latex cells and a tribute to salt – CHART Architecture 2019 presented temporary pavilions rethinking “materiality”.

CHART Architecture 2019, Winner Pavillon - Sultan, Photo by Joakim Züger

CHART Architecture 2019, Photo by BARSK

CHART Architecture 2019, Snug As A Bug In A Rug, Photo by BARSK

CHART Architecture 2018

In 2018, CHART Architecture challenged participants to unfold the potential of open-source through temporary pavilion structures. Open-source points towards new ways of living and designing through its diverse frame of reference from new technologies to architectural theory and modular design.

CHART Architecture 2018, Photo by BARSK

CHART Architecture 2018, The Many Chairs, Photo by BARSK

CHART Architecture 2018, Tight Knit, Photo by BARSK

Highlights from CHART Architecture 2016-17

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CHART Architecture 2017, Sunday Temple, Photo by David Hugo Cabo

CHART Architecture 2017, Winner Pavillion - Paper Pavilion, Photo by David Hugo Cabo

CHART Architecture 2016, Bubbletecture, BIG-Bjarke Ingels Group

CHART Architecture 2016, Biosphere, Space 10, Photo by Rasmus Hjortshøj

CHART Architecture 2016, Biosphere, Space 10, Photo by Rasmus Hjortshøj