This impressive pavilion is located on a slope at the University of Technology and Design in Singapore. It is located in a temporary campus behind the college bookstore. During the day it offers a place for work and relaxation, while at night it becomes a focal point for the organization of events, talks and informal meetings.
A total of 3000 pieces of plywood and sheet metal were needed in order to make the construction process more agile for the students who participated in the project.
This is how Raul Andres Sevtsuk and students who helped him turned a single drawing into a an impressive pavilion. The project has been carried out for a period of two years to serve the outdoor activities of the university.