A new Burning Man pavilion that goes by the name of 'Playascape' is designed by Alex Haw, who is the founder of Atmos Studio. The intricate timber structure is meant to pay homeage to the exceptionally unique atmosphere of the annual festival, recognizing its ability to bring together a community that is free from oppressive attitudes and capitalist frameworks.
The Burning Man pavilion is expected to be assembled on-site in the Nevada desert. The structure is directly inspired by the layout of the festival, boasting a semi-circle. Much like most of the installations during the event, Alex Haw's Playascape invites individuals to interact with it, encouraging the powerful ethos of the festival in a beautiful and natural way.
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