KREOD Unveils Curving International Trade Pavilion for 2016 Rio Olympics

by , 06/12/14
filed under: Architecture, Gallery

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KREOD’s sculptural pavilion conveys a sense of weightless motion with its curves and graceful undulating silhouette. Located on a teardrop-shaped wooden platform, the structure is positioned so that it looks like the massive bow of a ship when viewed head on. At night, light sources placed on the ground project light upwards onto the ribbed underside of the structure, creating a dramatic effect.

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Construction is slated to start in January 2016 with an expected construction period of six months. The temporary pavilion will showcase new products and services to help bring together entrepreneurs from around the world.


Via World Architecture News

Images via KREOD

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