location: variable - Lower Silesiaarea of a set out structure : ~60m2projct and completion: 2016cooperation: ECC Wrocław 2016, TRANSFORMATOR fundation - Michał Duda, Agata Gabiś, Karolina Jara
Programmatically, MoKaPP is a travelling pavilion dedicated to remote places located away from large centers and designed to activate its residents. It is a flexible and multifunctional structure, enabling variable activities proposed by both coordinators and residents. It consists of half-open rooms, roofed / shaded / or open central space, basic sanitary facilities and storage space. Technical infrastructure and equipment allow to organize workshops, small exhibitions, meetings, film screenings, or small concerts.
The facility was perfectly suited as a " summer in the city" place for children who can not afford holiday trips.
Technologically, the construction of the facility has placed challenges related to frequent dis/assembly and transport as well as the risk of vandalism or devastation by forces of nature. The design was based on experience related to yachting, set-stage and camping solutions. The object is covertible into two standart container-sized boxes and as such transported with standard truck cranes.