NonLin/Lin Pavilion by Marc Fornes of THEVERYMANY

French architect Marc Fornes of THEVERYMANY has completed a perforated aluminium pavilion that resembles a giant piece of coral. The NonLin/Lin Pavilion has a computer-generated form composed of tubes and donut shapes. Assembled from 27 components, the four metre-high structure can be taken apart and reassembled in different locations. Over 155,000 asterisk-shaped perforations of different sizes create a pattern on the surface of the pavilion. NonLin/Lin Pavilion now forms part of the permanent collection at the FRAC Centre in Orleans, France.

Photographies by Francois Lauginie.

Via dezeen.


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