architecture

Mini Paper Pavilion Club

Mini Paper Pavilion Club make 1:1000 scale models of imaginary public spaces, otherwise known as Pavilions. The best of these are often found at Worlds Fairs, and some truly stunning examples can be seen at Expo 58 in Brussels, Expo 64 in New York, and Expo 67 in Montreal.  These kinds of exhibitions were a huge inspiration for The Simonsound single The Beam, and through a chance Twitter interaction the MPPC have created a model inspired by our celebration of the World's Fair's favorite mode of transport, The Monorail.

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The Miniature Paper Pavilion Club meets biweekly in Vancouver to build ~1:100 scale architectural marvels. We are interested in creating imaginary celebrative public spaces - miniature beacons to all humankind, elevating the wonder of innovation and excellence!

See more of these amazing models here.