Italian architects convert Ettore Sottsass sketch into pavilion for French architecture festival

Italian architecture office 2A+P/A has bought an Ettore Sottsass painting to life to create a black barrel-roofed pavilion for an architecture festival in Orléans, France. The Rome-based architects took the axonometric watercolour painting of an arched building with irregular windows made by Sottsass and used it as a basis for their structure. Sottsass, the renowned Italian

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