Budapest-based architectural studio Paradigma Ariadne presents the "Photo Booth Pantheon" installation as part of the Hello Wood Festival 2019. This interactive installation designed to be a monument to the Builders Society of Hello Wood, an annual event organized by the international education platform of design and architecture, Hello Wood, in Csoromfolde, Hungary, on July 15-21, 2019.
(The inner area of the Photo Booth Pantheon by Paradigma Ariadne)
The Photo Booth Pantheon represents a historical trend in photography, where automatic shooting inside a booth is still one of the passions for teenagers. Complementing the function of a photo booth, Paradigm Ariadne presents a 360-degree camera space’s central area.
(The evening atmosphere of the Photo Booth Pantheon by Paradigma Ariadne)
It was Shaped like the Pantheon, a historical building in Rome that still functions today as a church. This installation looks attractive with striking red and white geometry. The structure of the building is designed using wooden blocks that form a magnificent building with passages within the walls that are accessible to visitors.
(Photo Booth Pantheon as part of Hello Wood Festival 2019)
Upon entering the installation area, visitors can move freely, choosing where they want to take pictures. In this area, Ariadne Paradigm gives visitors the freedom to be in a magnificent and spacious inner area or inside a narrow hallway with arched windows that open the view towards the inside of the installation. Uniquely, if someone is inside the hallway and looks inside through the arched windows, they will look like a pantheon statue on display for a while.
(Hello Wood Festival is an annual event of Hello Wood, an international education platform for design and architecture)
(Built with a wooden beam structure that forms a passage inside the wall)
This public installation invites all members of Hello Wood to enliven the event and take pictures inside this historical monument. Through the shape and structure of the building, the Ariadne Paradigm has created a spatial experience for visitors inside the Pantheon Photo Booth installation.
(A 360-degree camera that produces circular photos inside the Pantheon Photo Booth space)