Expandable Surface Pavilion

Zero-waste construction enabled by digital manufacturing processes

If you thought this structure looks a little like one of those highly engineered, digitally manufactured, Architect-driven projects… you’d be spot-on.

It took the combined brain power of Pablo Zamorano, Nacho Marti and Jacob Bek to make the magic happen for the Expandable Surface Pavilion.

Produced as a meeting room for the SPOGA furniture design exhibition in Cologne, Germany, one of the notable features of this design is a clever use of what’s been termed zero-waste construction. The structure can be scaled to suit specific requirements of various spaces, and will retain its form without any need for additional framework or supports.

Click through for a brief construction time-lapse video.

Pablo Zamorano via Monogocoro

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