• The Portavilion made from translucent membrane looks elegant

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    A translucent membrane that stuffs into the back of a van can be inflated to create a temporary pavilion. The portavilion designed by Raumlaborberlin can be taken to the desired location, and then inflated and supported by air to act as a temporary pavilion. It can be squeezed under bridges, setup in gardens and open spaces, wrap around trees, fit inside courtyards or even inside a building etc. When inflated it looks like a mouse’s head, but will be able to hold a seminar, feature a ballet or concert inside etc. This summer the Portavilion will be touring through various parks and green spaces all around London. It will play host to a number of dynamic cultural programs, including dance programs, festivals and music events led by leading organizations.


    Topics: Building Tags: on April 30, 2010

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