Jan Vranovsky channeled his inner Noah when he designed the Ark Pavilion for the Troja Zoo in Prague. The Troja Zoo called upon designers to create a 'Human Pavilion' that could serve as a new entrance, fit 40 people, have room for bike storage, and presumably survive 40 days and nights of rain.
Jan Vranovsky's Ark Pavilion is a multi-level structure with animals on each tier and a huge window on the roof that opens when weather permits. Check out this modern day Noah's Ark from Jan Vranovsky in the gallery above.
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