The Assembly One Pavilion Pushes Visual Boundaries

By: Jana Pijak - Published: Jul 4, 2012 • References: & frameweb
The Assembly One Pavilion is a structure designed by students from the Yale School of Architecture. The surreal environment explores materiality with a shell that resembles a kaleidoscope. From its numerous geometric elements that vary in size to its changing opacity, this awe-inspiring architecture piece is inspiring for visitors at the New Haven International Festival of Arts and Ideas.

Collaborating with FreelandBuck's Brennan Buck, Yale's School of Architecture student designers focused on visual transparency as one of the main elements for their design. Exploring various methods of digital fabrication, this distinctive space aims to push the boundaries of humans' visual perception.

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