As part of a pilot interdisciplinary paper my team and I were tasked with visualising, developing and installing a pavilion as part of the 2016 Festa Biennial Festival of Transitional Architecture on the theme of 'Lean Means'. We collaborated with creative director Jos de Krieger from Superuse Studios in the Netherlands as well as the local Kiwi artist Julia Morison from Christchurch. The brief to create a pavilion using only reclaimed or repurposed material posed various challenges and asked us to rethink how we design. How the paper was delivered also forced us to explore what it meant to work as a team especially as an interdisciplinary one.
The end output was a pavilion created out of reclaimed carpet tubes that at night transitioned into a projection of light. At its centre was a clearing that invited people in and interact with the installation.
SEGD Global Design Award - Merit
Best Award (Spatial) - Bronze
TEAM - Left to right
Jo Bailey, Nick Kapica, Tzu-Shiuan Huang, Rachael van Wieringen, Sarah Joubert, Nicki Gordon, Maggie Meiklejohn, Katie Deller, Nicole Gesmundo, Franziska Steinkohl, Calvin Lai in collaboration with Julia Morrison.
Photoshop, Illustrator, Laser Cutter, Virtual Reality - HTC Vive, Sketchup