Australian-based architectural firm John Wardle Architects created this amazing pink textile pavilion, which is actually made of hand-folded textile elements. The entire structure reaches nine meters and provides an eye-catching display that sits in the historical Gollo Equiset Garden.
With 1,350 hand-folded textile elements, this large pavilion provides a canopy for the picnic area below. As a tribute to the iconic Sidney Myer Music Bowl in Melbourne, the pavilion is the ideal location to host live music events, panel talks and kids' activities and will remain open until May 2016.
The luminous bright pink textile pavilion was created for the Summer Architecture Commission, which was presented by the National Gallery of Victoria. The idea was to highlight established architects by placing displays in a culturally rich garden.
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