The Recycled CD Pavilion Puts Soon-to-Be Obsolete Objects to Use

By: Meghan Young - Published: Jan 9, 2011 • References:
The gleaming, glittering structure before you is a recycled CD pavilion. It's pretty amazing what can be used to make architectural creations -- even objects that will soon be obsolete suddenly become useful.

That's one reason why architects Arielle Blonder, Guy Austern and Mushit Fidelman designed the recycled CD pavilion. Using a program titled CDesign, they constructed it by interpreting CDs as two-dimensional building blocks that form together as a three-dimensional structure. Stats for Gleaming Music Structures Trending: Older & Mild
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