Gallery: ‘Chime’ is an Interactive Bell-Shaped Pavilion Designed by Stu...

 

The Chime Pavilion is an interactive, bell-shaped pavilion that invites families and children to play with a bell system set within the structure. The pavilion was designed by students at Manchester School of Architecture, who were challenged to design and build a pavilion for the gardens of Dunham Massey, a National Trust house in Cheshire. The Trust wanted a design that related to the history and surroundings of the house and garden while providing an attractive and exciting pavilion for visitors.

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  1. User November 14, 2012 at 4:43 pm

    Interesting simple concept,but why aren’t there any photographs of the second stage of the project- the building? I’m curious what materials they used and the construction process. My concern is that visitors may not be able to relate to the concept- ring a bell to call a servant!

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