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This is a semipermanent pavilion located in Nova Bila. It is a small town in Bosnia and Herzegowina, built after the 2nd World War thanks to the old railroad and a sawmill. As it grew from a village to a town, many soft infrastructure buildings were built. In 1995 the town got a cultural center and built a stage (pavilion) on an small square next to it. People still refuse to use both of them in the freetime as it doesn't look enough attractive. The idea with this pavilion was to combine history, culture and this social change into one unique cultural building and a meeting place. It is self sustainable and produces enough energy.
University of Banja Luka
Banja Luka, Bosnia & Herzegovina
Nova Bila, Bosnia & Herzegovina