Gallery: Zero Emission Pavilion Made From Hundreds of Seasonal Tree Cut...

This glowing green pavilion made of seasonal wood cuttings was built for the third annual Climate Week in Hamburg, where it embodied the event's ethos in an eye-catching architectural installation. Berlin-based partnerundpartner was asked to design the pavilion as an example of a sustainable temporary structure that utilized Cradle to Cradle design principles. Accordingly, all of the materials that made up the structure were either returned or recycled after it was taken down. Seasonal wood cuttings from nearby forests were used to create the exterior of the pavilion, which glowed green at night, and except for the transport of the materials, the entire building was operated with zero emissions.

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