Dragon Skin Pavilion. In ed. by Anderson Lee (ed.), “Learning From Tri-Ciprocal Cities”
by Crolla K., Delagrange S., Keskisarja E., and Tynkkynen P.
ABSTRACT |The Dragon Skin Pavilion was a proposal for an architectural art installation that explored the spatial, tactile, and material possibilities offered today by revolutions in digital fabrication and manufacturing technology. It inspired passers-by to revaluate and reimagine what defines the space we live in today if tomorrow’s technologies were combined with industries of the past. The installation was a highly experimental temporary structure, designed from 163 unique pieces of post-formable plywood, a new environmentally friendly material.
KEYWORDS | Dragon Skin Pavilion; Hong Kong Shenzhen Biennale; CNC; Building Simplexity; Post-formable Plywood; Affect
CITATION |Crolla, Kristof, Delagrange Sebastien, Keskisarja Emmi, and Tynkkynen Pekka. “Dragon Skin Pavilion”. In ed. by Anderson Lee (ed.), “Learning From Tri-Ciprocal Cities”, Hong Kong: ORO Editions, 2014, pp.150-152