Made entirely out of plastic, London's Peace Pavilion stands a strikingly grandiose and unconventional piece of architecture in the midst of the grassy Bethnal Green Museum Gardens.
The Peace Pavilion is shaped as a perfectly balanced 3D figure-eight infinity symbol. Made entirely out of white PVC plastic, the tube-like body of the figure-eight intertwines to create a dynamic and visually stimulating design from every angle. Over top is a clear mesh-like canopy that cocoons over the plastic body's structure.
The shape of the Peace Pavilion resembles the body of a slithering snake and makes for a great play structure for children to climb. The Peace Pavilion is elegant, compelling and a metropolitan element in the midst of the greenery of the Bethnal Gardens.
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