After being chosen to have the winning design in the competition, KSR Architects got to realize their proposal for the Camden Town Pavilion at the iconic Britannia junction during the town's first Camden Create Festival that recently occurred in Camden, London.
KSR Architects' colorful pop-up pavilion must've been quite the statement piece to celebrate the town's unique creative culture.
Scroll further down to check out photographs of the pavilion.
'The colourful creation is made up of 640 fluorescent tubes, which were held together by a lightweight theatre and stage truss system.
The different colours represent the variety of creative companies working in Camden and the tubes are purposely positioned like wind chimes, allowing them to move in the wind echoing conversations, networking and interactions between people in the area."
"The Camden Create Festival is a celebration of the creative businesses and people of Camden. The event was held as part of a wider strategy implemented by organizersCamden Town Unlimited to promote Camden Town as a place to work, live and visit.
The festival featured three days of talks, workshops, and events in iconic locations such as Proud and The Hawley Arms."
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