Arquitetura / AtelierVivo / Design
Design-Build project for a modular pavilion with mixed steel and wood structure.
The project searches for solutions that can adapt to different contexts of public spaces in Recife.
With a small budget of two thousand reais and a simple and easy-to-assemble material configuration, the Pavilion 2K aims to achieve a good relationship between design and reproducibility by small groups of builders.
In addition to offering a number of construction experiences that included welding, locksmithing, carpentry, and painting, the workshop explored the Japanese wood sealing technique known as Shou-Sugi Ban, which extends the life span of wood by providing pest and fire resistance.