Pop-up, temporary architecture offers creative opportunities often unavailable with more permanent and static forms of architecture. Creating moments of delight, often playful and irreverent, this is where Architecture transitions into experience. From the vast temporary alternative realities of Glastonbury to the mobile food stalls giving 'street' credibility to the large commercial estates, Pop-ups and pavilions are an exciting feature of our urban and rural environments.
Studio Evans Lane have worked in support of the Children of Yirgaalem, a charity focussed on providing schooling for children in the southern part of Ethiopia. This is an area that produces one of the best coffee brands in the world, the Sidama coffee, and we have helped to develop a number of projects, one of which is the Pop-up Coffee pavilion based on the form and construction methodology of the traditional Ethiopian 'Tukal' hut.