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Pavilion in Regent’s Place London



Pavilion in Regent’s Place London,

Pavilion in Regent’s Place London

Pavilion in Regent’s Place London

Pavilion in Regent’s Place London

Pavilion in Regent’s Place London

Pavilion in Regent’s Place London

The architect Carmody Groarke has completed a pavilion in Regent’s Place London called Pavilion. The project is the result of a competition organized by the Architecture Foundation in 2007. The purpose of the competition was to introduce a new flag that would enrich and give the public open space activity located in the street and so Osnaburgh mark the entrance to Regent’s Place. Carmody Groarke, presents a flag based on an open field of thin vertical columns supporting a steel dish eight meters above the landscape of the street. Column density varies under the plate, leaving the center open space where you can see the sky. During the day the steel columns produce their own brightness due to sunlight and at night using LED lights, which give the flag a golden bath.

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