When a temporal exhibition takes place in a space that normally holds another purpose, all the elements that belong to that space must find a temporary dwelling. Hiding, storing, and moving out of the way are common quick actions that transform the permanent into the transitory. Transitorial works from this transitory state and plays with the needs of an event such as Jerusalem Design Week. Using only “to-be-displaced” elements found in Hansen House before the event, as well as leftovers and cut-outs produced during the event’s construction, Lucas Muñoz Muñoz Studio designs an architectural ad-hoc assemblage – a pavilion constructed from ‘to be stored’ elements.


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Lucas Muñoz Muñoz, Joan Vellvé Rafecas and Raphael Coutin