Sunday, 28 September 2008

Amazing architecture in Bedford Square

Front and side images of the DRL TEN Pavilion in Bedford Square, WC1, SW corner or Bedford Square. Alan Dempsey and Alvin Huang of the Design Research Lab developed this for an Architectural Association competition. It uses 13mm fiber reinfoced concrete panels which are usually used for cladding. This really is an impressive structure with a light, friendly feel to it. Could not help admiring the spontaneity and originality, along with the functionalism. I imagine we may see more of these in the future. It holds about 10 people.

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