Honey Scape by X-REF Embraces Geometric Elements

By: Jana Pijak - Published: Mar 15, 2013 • References: archdaily & sweet-station
Honey Scape by X-REF is made up of an array of transparent elements cut into geometric shapes. This angular honeycomb structure was the winner of an international landscape competition at Ponte Lima, Portugal thanks to its contemporary design and bold aesthetic that transforms its natural surroundings.

The temporary pavilion was built by X-REF's Goncalo Castro Henriques who's design aims to shelter its visitors while engaging them in a sensory experience. This abstract art installation and landscape architecture piece captivates its users, enveloping them with its angular honeycomb construction that tests traditional boundaries of interior and exterior space.

Bringing the outdoors in, Honey Scape by X-REF creates a dream-like cocoon around its visitors and acts as a grassy field's vibrant outdoor focal point. Stats for Transparent Honeycomb Structures Trending: Older & Warm
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