Cubo3 – winning proposal of elCASC 2014 competition – is more than a common pavilion: it’s at the same time a re-interpretation of Villena’s historic center, a shelter from the Sun, and an excuse to bring together two different communities, giving the main square of the Spanish city a temporary public roof symbolically supported by the city itself.
DesignAndrea Tabocchini, Antonio Giannoccaro, Marion Gouges
PhotographersClara Cascant, Milena Villalba
Using the materials available on the deposit of the Municipality, the installation brought poetry and atmosphere to the city, creating a versatile space for all the citizens: people, children, and old people moved its elements and organized the space as they wanted. It has been used as a public stage, as a huge screen, as a set for conferences, as a pic-nic place, as a common playground, and as a place to try to break the walls of segregation and marginality.