This temporary structure was developed to showcase the sustainable aspects of Valby, a developing community in Copenhagen, Denmark. With inner-city Nytorv [new square] as the site, the pavilion emphasizes sustainability and creates a statement in forward-thinking design.
To respect Nytorv, light, transparency, and reflectivity are employed to virtually blend in. At night, the transparent partitions illuminate the normally dark Nytorv. This blend in / stand out approach results in a parallel between old and new. A green-fileld butterfly roof is delicately suspended over the pavilion, which itself touches the ground only at the corners.The space uses planar elements and innovative OLED displays to emphasize its contemporary style, and creatively engage passerby.
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