A Masters of Architecture design thesis project developing a collaborative practice in architecture, art and sound. The pavilion is designed for the VAMOS! Festival to create an experiential micro-climate, in which lighting and sound installations reflect Latin American culture.
The project began with nothing. Between October 2013 and June 2014 a client was found; the brief and design developed; sites and transportation procured; artists, musicians, engineers and other collaborations explored. Local businesses were approached and agreed sponsorship-in-kind of materials or to manufacture components.
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