Serious pavilioneering has been going on at the Tin Can Studio at Deer Lake Park. Tomorrow (Saturday, July 19th) will be our last day in residence, and tiny paper crafting will be happening all day! Come by if you can, or at the very least, check out some other Tin Can events at DLP.
PS: Ultimately, the plan is to turn one of the little models made during our time at DLP into a person-sized tent structure. How exciting is that?
PPS: I made a little book about shapes called Shape Thoughts. I only have a couple copies left, but the first 3 people who send us an email with their address will get a copy mailed to them!
The Electric Boogaloo Dirty Dance Depot
Vancouver Mountain-Side Research & Development Pavilion. Features sensory-vacuum library, observatory, roof top fitness centre and yoga park.
El Terraza Oculta El Pabellón
The Carl Sagan Periphery Introception Pavilion
The Mini Paper Pavilion Club is in February’s issue of Architectural Digest Germany!!
The heading reads (as per Google Translate): THE GODS OF SMALL THINGS - In a dimly lit bar in Vancouver two young paper artists work on a miniaturized vision of the ideal city of the future - leaf for leaf, pavillon for pavilion.
The Anti- Gravity Rotating Rotunda Pavilion.