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Christchurch, Canterbury, New Zealand

Pallet Pavilion

Public Space

Project Summary

A summer Pavilion made of Pallets

Project Description

The Gap Filler Summer Pallet Pavilion project sought to showcase some of the possibilities temporary architecture holds for Christchurch post-quake. The aim was for a visually engaging, dynamic and evolving space that was a delight to spend time in. The Pallet Pavilion project was conceived to bring life back to a vacant site in the city and function as a space for live music, community use and events. The design process for the pavilion aimed to be collaborative and serve as a learning experience for recent graduates of architecture and landscape architecture.