A propaganda advert communicating my position against my polemic of mass surveillance
A section of the final design during the day showing how the two-way mirror reflects on the outside so no one can see into the toilets
A section of the final design during the night showing how the two-way mirror allows everything to be seen from the outside
Technical drawing communication my abstracted detail of the West Pier which represents the levels of change to the structure and highlighting certain elements of construction detail
My final totem visuals showing the poles when they light up after generating electricity from the sea during the day to represent the history of the West Pier structure that has been destroyed
The curation of activities and changes that will occur within the year 2022 are explained through different programmatic requirements as well as the elemental graphs that are relevant to my pavilion
Overview of all components, systems and materials of the final pavilion design in relation to the site context and outlining the notions of temporality, reusability and sustainability throughout
View from the front of the final pavilion design highlighting the different changes that take place as a result of the natural elements
View from the side of the final pavilion design highlighting its relationship with the site context and other festival infrastructure as well as the elemental changes

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Main components of the final 3D model showing only the bar (pavilion) and the chosen site context relevant to my design.