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Photography ©Evert Palmets
Created as part of the 5th edition of (TAB 2019), the wood sculpture stands on top of a small mound in front of the Museum of Estonian Architecture.
Using analogue tools augmented with the precision of mixed reality environments, the designers were able to create the curved shape that makes the wood appear as if it’s flowing.
Each piece of wood used has been steam-bent to a specific shape, which was then attached to a frame.
The overall shape of the pavilion allows people to meander through it, exploring and experiencing the details of the design.
Photography © | Competition team: ? Gwyllim Jahn, Cam Newnham, Soomeen Hahm, Igor Pantic, Nick van den Berg, Hanjun Kim, Kiheung Kwon, Eri Sumitomo, Katerina Konstantinidou, Jakub Klaska
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