Gallery: Melbourne’s Sealight Pavilion is Designed for Contemplating th...

Photo © Gary Annett Photography
Located at the Melbourne Docklands in Australia, the Sealight Pavilion is a structure made entirely from reclaimed cypress wood for visitors to take in views of the sky and sea. The pavilion, which was created by an international collaborative of architects and engineers including Rintala Eggerstsson, Grimshaw and Felicetti, orchestrated by Monash University’s lecturer John Stanislav Sadar, consists of two habitable sculptures that serve as lookout towers and public meeting places.

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