The Trilux Pavilion was commissioned by the Museum of Craft and Design for an exhibit in San Francisco. Made up of steam-bent wood, the Trilux Pavilion is a thing of beauty and a beacon of light.
Created by Future Cities Lab, the Trilux Pavilion's CNC milled and laser-cut components allow visitors to view the sky in a unique manner. Like some kind of tribal cage or hut, it encloses the visitors without obstructing their view of the rest of the exhibition. The craftsmanship behind the Trilux Pavilion may distract people from the other displays, but at least it offers an alternative viewing of the surrounding installations.
For those who love artwork and alternative viewing practices, check out the gallery for the Trilux Pavilion for a taste of creative inspiration.
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