ATLANTIS PAVILION PROJECT | TEMPORARY EXHIBITION | RELOCATABLE
The Atlantis Pavilion is an ongoing project that utilises conventional water retention tanks normally used for subterranean stormwater management to create usable spaces.
The prototype was first constructed for The Grand Designs Live event in Sydney 2010 and its materials and modular components have since been reused, redesigned and reconstructed for other projects.
The Grand Designs pavilion was a temporary chill out and an exhibition space designed to exhibit the work of the Faculty of the Built Environment at the UNSW. Constructed almost completely using the "Atlantis" tanks, the 25m2, two storey structure was erected within 24 hours and eventually, dismantled and "flat-packed" within 12 hours.
Photography Daniel Shipp
SECTOR | Exhibition
CLIENT | UNSW
SIZE | 25 sqm
VALUE | $20,000 (AUS)
STAGE | Bulit + Dismantled
[Sean Choo designed and constructed the project in collaboration with Sawtooth Studio.]