31 Jul '16, 8am

Intentionally unstable Water Pavilion lets visitors walk on the ocean

Intentionally unstable Water Pavilion lets visitors walk on the ocean

This breathtaking platform lets users walk into the sea in an experience that feels like floating in and on the water. For the Yeosu Expo in 2012, Daniel Valle Architecture created an architectural experience that embraces the notion of fluidity and brings attention to changing sea levels . The pavilion can be raised to float above the sea or rest below it in order to accommodate large or small exhibits, creating an environment that is deliberately unstable.

Full article: http://inhabitat.com/intentionally-unstable-water-pavilio...

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