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TRILUX Pavilion / Future Cities Lab

© Peter Prato
© Peter Prato

TRILUX, designed by Future Cities Lab, is an experimental pavilion constructed out of three vertical wooden lattice structures that will be on display in downtown San Francisco until November 20th . It creates an illuminated beacon anchoring the corner of the site and inviting the neighborhood to participate in the museum activities that take place inside it. More images and project description after the break.

TRILUX is fabricated by combining traditional steam-bending techniques with CNC milled and laser cut components. The south faces of TRILUX host hundreds of curved spiked shade quills. Visitors view the sky through three unique woven oculi and in the evening lights illuminate the interior lattices. Design + Fabrication: Future Cities Lab – Jason Kelly Johnson and Nataly Gattegno, with Ripon DeLeon Location: Museum of Craft and Design Pop-Up Exhibition at Proxy, Hayes Valley [Octavia St + Hayes St], San Francisco, CA, United States Assistants: Amanda Chang, Sergio Sandoval, Jessica Gibson Photography: Peter Prato Commissioned by: Museum of Craft and Design, San Francisco. Curated by Mariah Nielson Sponsored by: Envelope A+D / Proxy and Beronio Lumber, San Francisco Duration: 9/20/11 – 11/20/11 Material: 1-3/4” Steam-Bent Pine Lattice

© Peter Prato
© Peter Prato
Cite:Alison Furuto. "TRILUX Pavilion / Future Cities Lab" 01 Nov 2011. ArchDaily. Accessed . <http://www.archdaily.com/180467/trilux-pavilion-future-cities-lab/>