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Royal Institute of Technology (KTH), School of Architecture

Year 2: Studio 4: Autumn 2011:

Architecture and Tectonics : Material Organization and Articulation

TEACHER: Erik Hökby & Daniel Norell



The pavilion's design starts by taking a square building block divided into four equal parts. If we remove one part we have three left that leaves a L shape like form which we turn around so it is pointing upwards. After we stack them on each other in different lengths, you get a semi-transparent facade depending on the length of the building block. From outside, the pavilion looks square in shape and the inside has a round shape which transforms the facade so you have variety of transparency in it. 


The pavilion is for exhibitions to show products and showcase short movies. 


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