Gallery: SCI-Arc’s Billowing Graduation Pavilion Was Made With Giant Kn...

A parking lot in the Arts District of Los Angeles was turned into a sweeping canopy earlier this month for SCI-Arc’s graduation ceremony. The airy pavilion, designed by Oyler Wu Collaborative and assembled with the help of students, was built of a in
 
A parking lot in the Arts District of Los Angeles was turned into a sweeping canopy earlier this month for SCI-Arc’s graduation ceremony. The airy pavilion, designed by Oyler Wu Collaborative and assembled with the help of students, was built of a steel truss, wrapped in a grid of rope and fabric. The rope was actually woven using an old-fashioned knitting technique on a giant scale - the students invented a process that involved using oversized pegs to replicate the action of knitting needles!

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