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Simple Geometric Shape Montpellier Pavilion by Robin Juzon Architect

by ION

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They succeed because of their free autonomy in making projects with a taste for simplicity but well done projects architecture design.

Robin Juzon Architecture participated in 2007 in the CIMBETON contest, where the engineering was awarded.

The pavilion’s influence was from Japan travels, where the designer discovered the refinement and minimalist design by using raw materials.

The Montpellier pavilion reflects simple geometric shapes, and it is made of massive and opaque wood panels with a design that reflect thin sheets of wood embedded into each others, which creates the opaque and transparent design depending on the view angle. The visitors can see and admire this sublime architecture, with simple natural geometric shape, that can be turned into a beautiful garden with colored flowers, or can be used as an information point, a reception from where people can enjoy sitting and relaxing.

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Photos © Paul Kozlowski

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