Competition proposal for a pavilion design that was to be constructed in wood and with low tech fabrication techniques. The project explores how an advanced architectural form and assembly can be created by the use of a regular hand held saw and a screw driver. This approach is taken to challenge the increasing fabrication complexity and decreasing usage of craftsmanship. Computational techniques are applied in form of a reciprocal structural method that allows the use of short repetitive wooden pieces to be joint into a larger structural architectural form. This system is merged with an organisation of panels that together create both shelter and the articulation of light and shade.
All panels and parts are developed in such a way that there is no waste when cutting a standard 2440x1220mm wooden plate.
Status: Competition entry / Unbuilt