Double-Sided Tube

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We propose a simple pavilion with a clear identity and strong functionality but with no limitations in regard to its possible uses. This TOGS is designed with two alternating sections: one is shaped according to structural considerations; the other one is defined taking into account the outdoor elements, the exhibition of the artwork, and the public’s interaction with the art pieces. The resulting pavilion is composed of 5 modules, each measuring 2x10x12’, which can be combined into any length, including the two requested by the competition brief: 10x10x12’ and 10x20x12’.

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Project Data

Double-Sided Tube
Competition Proposal
Austin, USA
March – April 2009

Design Team: Sergio Lopez-Pineiro, Wesley Lam
Submitted to: Temporary Outdoor Gallery Space Ideas Competition 2009, organized by AIA Austin and Art Alliance Austin, Austin, USA

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