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In pictures: Edo Architecture's Ghost of Water Row pavilion

[FIRST LOOK] Edo Architecture’s temporary pavilion, the Ghost of Water Row, has been nominated for an RIAS Award

Recently featured in the AJ’s New Practice column, Glasgow-based Edo Architecture created the art installation to stand for one night last November.

The temporary pavilion, a ‘distillation’ of an inn and three weavers cottages that sat to the west of the now buried slipway on Govan’s waterfront, was designed to ‘appear in the dark and disappear again by day light.’

The pale Scottish spruce lightweight frame, which was designed so that the whole pavilion could be lifted in one piece, was constructed at the architect’s studio and carried to the display location where it was covered with permeable lace.


The Ghost of Water Row is lifted into position


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