Designed for the Floriade 2012 Expo, the Pulgon Diseno Spanish Pavilion is brimming with vibrant, curvaceous characteristics. Inspired by the diversity of nature and organic products, the undulating structure exudes a whimsical and childlike aesthetic.
The slopping rooftop emulates the rolling hills and topographical profiles often seen along the countryside. It is a tempting building for skaters to cruise down on the runway at blistering speeds. The side is decked out in a series of slated panels, painted in candy-like colors. Colorful accents continue inwards where exhibition materials and displays are mounted on vibrantly hued boxes.
To maintain an eco-friendly attitude, the building uses sustainable and recycled materials throughout. The Pulgon Diseno Spanish Pavilion is an architectural masterpiece that fuses minimalism and playfulness together.
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