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GERT WINGÅRDH & KUSTAA SAKSI: ONE THOUSAND COLORS PAVILION

The Swedish architect Gert Wingårdh, and illustrator Kustaa Saski, are responsible for this colorful pavilion. It aims to promote dialogue around contemporary workspaces, and communication between them. Wingårdh assembled a floating structure built with 11,000 sheets suspended previously intervened by Kustaa Saksi: 44 000 binding points were installed in an area of ​​200 square meters. Thereafter, through a 3D model structure was sized to have control over each of the sheets to which was assigned a specific number. The paper that was made, is an economical and lightweight design. This pavilion explores the intersection between design and architecture within the limits of the same project.

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Images: ©Tord-Rikard Söderström

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