One Man House II – Image 01 of 10
France | Steel disassembling pavillion | 2009 | private client | with Nemo-K
Thomas Schütte, German sculptor focused on contemporary themes as the representation of lifestyles. Marchi Architects and Nemo-K, engineering company, received, by a private commissioning, the task to build a removable steel pavilion, to collect and follow Thomas Schütte work, which is named “One Man’s House II”. With its 55 sq meters floor area and 5.50 m height approx. it has been built on a site in the region of Roanne. The owner, renowned Parisian gallery owner, would like to create around this building a large communication network in the world of contemporary art and, most of all, move this work in galleries and art museums across Europe and beyond.
photos © Fernando Guerra