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HEXigloo: Honeycomb Cardboard Pavilion Pops Up in Bucharest!

by , 07/26/11

Urban design,Sustainable Materials,social design,Recycling / Compost,green Interiors,biomimicry,Art,Architecture,Bucharest design,romania design,parametric design,honeycomb cardboard,recyclable cardboard,biodegradable materials,igloo shape

The interior of the HEXigloo provides a welcoming, bright atmosphere, for young and not-so-young Bucharest residents to enjoy. The pavilion’s multiple hexagonal windows provide plenty of daylight and resemble cardboard stalactites. The cardboard used for the ephemeral igloo is 6 mm thick, and it took approximately 2200 laser-cut linear meters and two teams of participants to assemble and erect the 3D structure within a span of 80 hours.

Check out the video below to find out exactly how HEXigloo was made!

+ Tudor Cosmatu

+ Irina Bogdan

Via Plataforma Arquitectura

Images © Bence Pap


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