This monochrome pavilion conceived by Maxim Kashin Architects was part of the ArchMoscow exhibition held in Moscow last May. It is Suprematism movement that inspired its creator, in the mean of dominance and power of a single colour; purple.

With this concept, Maxim Kashin wanted to design a space where we could feel free and change our perceptions of forms and geometry. A bit psychedelic and captivating, this space/artwork’s floor were mirrored to exacerbate the interpretation of its visitors.

Credits: Dmitry Chebanenko