The Bicycle Pavilion measures 18.05 metres long by 4.8 metres high by 1.8 metres wide. It is made of enameled steel and vinyl-coated glass panels. It was commissioned by the Colección/Fundación Jumex and is permanently installed in the grounds of their factory compound on the outskirts of Mexico City. The work is an interface between the Jumex factory and the Jumex art collection and is welded to the fence that separates the employee and visitor parking lot from the truck yard of the factory’s shipping department. The upper walkway is a mirador offering views over the factory grounds and the lower level is a bike shed used by factory employees who come to work by bicycle.


Documentation: Views, details; line and colour studies

Terence Gower, 2002

Steel, glass, vinyl, enamel

4.8 x 18 x 1.8 M


Commissioned by Patricia Martín

Produced by Hector Zamora

Permanently installed on the grounds of the Colección/Fundación Jumex, Mexico City

Photography: Francisco Kochen and Jorge del Olmo


Bicycle Pavilion Line and Colour Studies

Terence Gower, 2002

Technical pen and wax pencil on mylar

100 x 79 cm each


Project Text: Bicycle Pavilion


Excerpt: Display Architecture


Text: Michel Blancsubé


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Related Works: Spec. Pavilions