Vo Trong Nghia Architects unveil Green Ladder pavilion in Brisbane
The 2016 Asia Pacific Architecture Forum has opened in Brisbane with the unveiling of the Fugitive Structures pavilion designed by Vietnam-based Vo Trong Nghia Architects. The temporary pavilion, commissioned by the Sherman Contemporary Art Foundation in partnership with BVN, is the firm’s first project in Australia. Interestingly, this is the first time an Asian practice has participated in the Fugitive Structures program. The project titled Green Ladder, features a floating transparent ceiling that protects visitors from inclement weather, while simultaneously offering unobstructed views of the sky. Made from bamboo, the pavilion’s scaffold-like grid structure is interspersed with elements of dense forest. The pavilion has multiple entry points, allowing visitors and their children to walk and crawl through its spaces.
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