Kaleidoscape: An Eco-friendly Architecture

A temporary architectural structure has been installed on Governor’s Island and will be on from June to August 2010. The said structure will be for the cultural events happening on Governors Island. The Kaleidoscape pavilion is not only eye catching through its color, shape, shade, light, and play but also with is eco-friendly features, which include the robust featherweight assembly that is composed of a polycarbonate building system. The Kaleidoscape will be the centerpiece for the summer art program that is why it has the vibrant and porous colors. However, the eight foot long member of the building system is 100 percent recyclable, which is definitely perfect when the event will be over.

Kaleidoscape

Kaleidoscape

Kaleidoscape

Kaleidoscape

Kaleidoscape

Kaleidoscape

Kaleidoscape

Source: Easton + Combs via Designboom


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