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* Architecture: London 2012 Olympics Information Pavilion by DCPP Arquitectos

Posted by the editors on Friday, 30 March 2012

Architecture: London 2012 Olympics Information Pavilion by DCPP Arquitectos: “..a temporary information pavilion for the London 2012 Olympic Games, located in Trafalgar Square in the heart of London..an elevated circular structure composed of five intertwined rings.  From each ring falls a curtain of water, producing a threshold that visitors have to cross, presenting each person with the challenge to take a step into the unknown.  Once the threshold has been crossed, visitors enter into a sensory space that is completely different than before.  The water here acts as a filter that modifies our perception, our senses are heightened and altered in the interior.  The water curtains will also act as projection screens for all the major events and highlights..”  Refreshing..

image: DCPP Arquitectos; article: Arthitectural

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