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One Bucket At A Time In Winnipeg, 5468796 Architecture + Factor Eficiencia | International Design Awards Winners
One Bucket At A Time In Winnipeg, 5468796 Architecture + Factor Eficiencia | International Design Awards Winners
One Bucket At A Time In Winnipeg, 5468796 Architecture + Factor Eficiencia | International Design Awards Winners
One Bucket At A Time In Winnipeg, 5468796 Architecture + Factor Eficiencia | International Design Awards Winners
One Bucket At A Time In Winnipeg, 5468796 Architecture + Factor Eficiencia | International Design Awards Winners
One Bucket At A Time In Winnipeg, 5468796 Architecture + Factor Eficiencia | International Design Awards Winners
One Bucket At A Time In Winnipeg, 5468796 Architecture + Factor Eficiencia | International Design Awards Winners
One Bucket At A Time In Winnipeg, 5468796 Architecture + Factor Eficiencia | International Design Awards Winners
One Bucket At A Time In Winnipeg, 5468796 Architecture + Factor Eficiencia | International Design Awards Winners
One Bucket At A Time In Winnipeg, 5468796 Architecture + Factor Eficiencia | International Design Awards Winners
One Bucket At A Time In Winnipeg, 5468796 Architecture + Factor Eficiencia | International Design Awards Winners

One Bucket At A Time In Winnipeg

Company5468796 Architecture + Factor Eficiencia
Lead DesignersFermin E, Gerardo S, Pablo B, Sasa R and Johanna H
Design TeamPablo Batista, Sasa Radulovic, Johanna Hurme, Gerardo Salinas, Fermín Espinosa, Jaime Sol, Alberto Salvador, Julian Lineham, Chris O’Hare, Jeremy Lynn
Project LocationFork’s Esplanade Riel Landing for the Winnipeg Design Festival
ClientWinnipeg Design Festival and Nuit Blanche/culture Days
CreditsPhoto by: James Florio
Prize(s)Gold in Architecture Categories / Exhibits, Pavilions and exhibitions
Entry Description

5468796 Architecture and Factor Eficiencia with Studio NYL Structural Engineers are thrilled to present One Bucket at a Time, an exciting public installation that weaves together thousands of common 5-gallon painters’ buckets to form two giant waves.

Initially designed as a pavilion for Metrópoli, Mexico City Architecture Festival in March 2017. Received with great enthusiasm by visitors, these strong local origins of the bucket have been reinterpreted by the design team in a new project for the Winnipeg Design Festival and Nuit Blanche/Culture Days.