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The Dancing Water Pavilion Revitalizes Interaction with the Han-River


By: Amelia Roblin (Superstar) Feb 7, 11
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This public project by SUS&HI Office strikes such exquisite harmony with the Han-River that the Dancing Water Pavilion takes on a life of its own. Floating on Seoul’s major waterway, this intricate lattice landmark mimics the water’s reaction to invisible energies.

Extremely organic in form, the serpentine Dancing Water Pavilion embodies its own structural ripples along its perforated shell. Reclaiming the river as the city’s livelihood once more, this sinuous space provides places for large and small community gatherings that bring people back to the banks.



Source: evolo.us
Readmore: sushioffice.eu



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