Location: Miami, FL USA
Client: artMRKT Productions
The pavilion was designed as a play between advanced computational design techniques and low-tech fabrication methods of assembly. The pavilion was generated using rhino scripting as an assembly of similar but non-repetitive unique folded components, laser-cut entirely out of 2-ply museum board and assembled using elmer's glue, double-sided tape, and zip-ties.
The art bar was designed as an amorphous curvilinear piece and was fabricated out of fiber-glass and recycled carbon fiber composites, and functioned as a serving station for private functions and daily lounge operations. It was considered by Interior Design Magazine as one of the top 100 Big Ideas.