Bridgette Meinhold

Candy Colored Copenhagen Pavilion Made of Reclaimed Plexiglass

by , 10/28/10

kolonihavehus, tom fruin, copenhagen, outdoor sculpture, reclaimed plexiglass, recycled materials, green design, eco design

Completely portable, the Kolonihavehus can be dismantled into its component parts and transported in a van. The door is mounted with handmade pivot hinges, while operable windows keep it from overheating. A light installation mounted in the space below the roof lights up the pavilion at night into a candy-colored lighthouse and during the day the interior is swathed in bright colors.

The design for the sculpture was created by architect J.D. Messick and the computer controlled light sequences were designed by Nuno Neto. Daily performances exploring the concrete poetry of Denmark’s own Vagn Steen will take place in front of or inside of the sculpture until it is taken down in mid-November.

+ Tom Fruin

Images © Tom Fruin

Via Designboom

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2 Comments

  1. mariefrance5 July 21, 2011 at 12:12 pm

    Makes me glad we live in a world where people do this kind of thing. Imagine whole neighbourhoods….
    Marie

  2. Clairy Christodoulou January 14, 2011 at 5:50 am

    Hi Bridgette,
    Im Clairy and im a student in Alexander College in Cyprus. Im doing a project in Plexiglass and I have found the Candy Colored that you have done and im impressed. I would like to ask you if you can sent me more images and information of your projects with plexiglass and also what was the concept of the candy colored Copenhagen Pavilion.

    Thanking you in advancing,
    Clairy

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