This Pavilion Titled 'UNBUILT' Uses Bright Pink Blocks to Connect the Rods

By: Ady Floyd - Dec 7, 2015
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The 'Harvard GSD' group of five architecture students created this whimsical pavilion titled 'UNBUILT,' which stands at the entrance of Design Miami. This unique structure is a beautiful piece of art and architecture, which is more of an open-roofed canopy than a pavilion.

The structure stands out with the use of bright pink blocks that connect the vertical and horizontal rods. Using this design concept, 'UNBUILT' resembles a blueprint or hand-drawn sketch of the pavilion.

The rods are made from metal, while the pink blocks are made from foam. There is a total of 200 pink blocks that present a bright and playful contrast against the typically blue Miami sky. The pavilion is described to look like a scattered constellation from a distance, while up close the details are extremely notable.