The Black Cloud Pavillion Named After Book, Looks Like a Bug

By: Christina Butty - Published: Aug 24, 2009 • References: & dezeen
Located in Bristol, England and created by artists Heather and Ivan Morison, this temporary pavilion is known as The Black Cloud and is made up of 152 uniquely-shaped timber triangles.

Interestingly, The Black Cloud was named after a book by Sir Fred Hoyle about an enormous gas cloud that threatens to end life on earth by blocking out sunlight.

I, however, think the Black Cloud looks like a big slug roaming around. What do you think? Stats for Insectitecture Trending: Older & Chilly
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