‘The Living Ocean & Coast’ 2012 Pavilion (+VIDEO)



expo 2012 thematic pavilion, future architecture, Yeosu, South Korea
Designed by SOMA architects for Yeosu, South Korea, the main thematic pavilion of Expo 2012 “The Living Ocean and Coast” looks 100 % correspondingly to its topic with the wavelike patterns lamellas along the facade. The kinetic lamellas aren’t just individually activated to create visual waves; they actually do control interior lighting conditions at daytime. At night the pavilion attracts attention with the help of LED illumination.
Via: future-is-now.info
future building, Korea, the living ocean and coast thematic pavilion

Yeosu, South Korea, expo 2012 thematic pavilion


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