Germane Barnes debuts Intersect, an ephemeral play pavilion at the Concéntrico Festival in Logroño, Spain

Early this month, the Spanish city of Logroño hosted the eighth edition of its annual architecture and design festival known as Concéntrico. Nestled along the Ebro River in northern Spain’s wine-famous Rioja province, the city has hosted 91 ephemeral installations and 42 exhibitions and talks during the run of the festival’s seven previous iterations.

This year, Concéntrico showcased another batch of jury-selected urban interventions from an impressive cohort of international designers and artists including, among others, Associates Architecture (Italy), Tableau (Denmark),  SKULL Studio (Czechia), Rintala Eggertsson Architects (Norway), Konstantin Grcic (Germany), BudCud (Poland), Yemail Arquitectura (Colombia), Matali Crasset (France), and Miami (via Chicago)’s very own Germane Barnes,

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