Belgium based design studio Pam&Jenny have recently completed this project for Polaris Architects to produce a facade on a small pavillon located in a public park in Luxemburg.
As Nathalie Pollet explains “The pavillon was build in concrete, they were afraid it would look too cold or rough, so I choose for those green and orange colors. I worked on the lines and meeting points of the structure to enhance and distort the shape of the building.”
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