The 'Circular Pavilion' in Paris Utilizes Reclaimed Building Materials

By: Michael Hemsworth - Dec 17, 2015
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The 'Circular Pavilion' is an example of how reclaimed building materials are being put to use within the world of architecture to create beautiful yet eco-friendly designs. Situated in Paris, the 'Circular Pavilion,' which is designed by the architecture firm Encore Heureux, features 180 recycled wooden doors that adorn the exterior and add charm, character and personality.

The 'Circular Pavilion' is located on the parvis de l’Hôtel de Vill where it will house everything from exhibitions, to workshops. Although the design is currently in a temporary location, it will be relocated to its permanent home in Paris' 14th district to be used as a sports association clubhouse.

A beautiful example of how reclaimed building materials can be used within modern architecture, the 'Circular Pavilion' makes a charming addition to the Paris cityscape.