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Tal Friedman’s Origami Pavilion is an ultra-modern interpretation of an ancient art form

by LiveModern Webmaster last modified Feb 17, 2016 01:03 AM
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by Cat DiStasio last modified Feb 16, 2016 Like much of Friedman’s body of work, his origami-like pavilion employs parametric design which relies on algorithms to make the most of the building material. In this case, that material is aluminum - both lightweight and strong - which makes it perfectly suitable for a self-supporting structure. The Origami Pavilion is comprised of eight thin sheets of the metal, folded precisely into two towering canopies that provide shade and protection from...






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