Sustainable Pavilion Design by Scott Jarvie

By: Marissa Liu - Published: Sep 11, 2009 • References: scottjarvie & designboom
UK-based designer Scott Jarvie based the design of his lightbox ‘Fingerprint Pavilion’ on a human fingerprint. The structure, made of weatherproofed Spruce plywood, communicates, "...the dichotomic nature of an organization that is a home for both local history and the avant-garde, as the human fingerprint is an icon of individual identity regardless of origin."

The Fingerprint Pavilion exists seamlessly with its surroundings and is an environmentally conscious building that can be used as exhibition and presentation space for a moderate group of around 30 individuals. Stats for Fingerprint-Inspired Ecochitecture Trending: Older & Chilly
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