Architecture termite

The "Termite Pavilion" is a wooden structure inspired by termite mounds from Namibia. It has just been presented at the Royal Festival Hall in London as part of the festival "Pestival".

Partially cut, the wood cube 6 meters square is indeed a termite nest section XXL.

Enlightened from the inside and sounded to restore the agitation and life of a termite mound, the "Termite Pavilion" is the result of the collaboration of Softroom Architects, Freeform Engineering, One workshop, Chris Watson et Haberdasherylondon.

For more information on the festival Pestival, it's here.

Source: dezeen

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