Tube Pavilion / Megabudka

  • 27 Aug 2012
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Designed by Megabudka for Sretenka Design Week in , the key aim of the Tube Pavilion is to demonstrate how a space can be completely transformed with simple means. Created using one hundred lighting, or mirror tubes, at such a density of supports, the roof structure can be reduced to a minimum. If a mirror surface is used in combination with numerous tubes and a thin roof structure, a very interesting effect is created. More images and architects’ description after the break.

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The thickness of the supports was reduced, while increasing their number. We reduced the cross section of the supports to 30mm. As a result, hundreds of thin tubes form the interior of the pavilion.

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A wide passage through the pavilion is slightly curved; thus the façade is not broken up. While 10% of the tubes glow, they are made of polyurethane with a LED strip inside. Due to the mirror surface of the ceiling and polished tubes, at night the interior fills with light, the pavilion becomes one big lantern.

Cite: Furuto, Alison. "Tube Pavilion / Megabudka" 27 Aug 2012. ArchDaily. Accessed 01 Aug 2014. <http://www.archdaily.com/?p=266524>

3 comments

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    Hm, I think Andy and Kevin would have somthing to say about this one. Looks a helluva lot like their Regents Place Pavillion….

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    nothing is new…stop pretending that the starchitects that branded a design weren’t inspired from some other previous design…

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