H-Box portable cinema arrives at the Tate Modern
Last night saw the official opening of H-Box, a travelling cinema pod, at Tate Modern, London. Designed by Parisian architect Didier Fiuza Faustino for French couture brand Hermes, the collapsible pod was previously at the Richard Rogers and Renzo Piano-designed Pompidou centre. After a six-week stay at the Tate Modern the pod will jet off to the Foreign Office Architects-designed Yokohama ferry terminal in Japan, as part of the Yokohama Trienniale.
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