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The installaton is the fifth edition of the Triumph Pavilion at the Museum Gardens . The project is a celebration of architecture and design through encouragement of experimentation and exploration including form, function and material. An annual installation to design a temporary, freestanding, transportable and contemporary showcase Pavilion as the Triumph Pavilion for the Museum Gardens next to the V&A Museum of childhood on Cambridge Heath Road in London as a public realm intervention.
Designed by Architect Julie Biron with engineering by Buro Happold and tiling material by Villeroy & Boch, the pavlion represents "Infusion" through a journey of discovery with an ever changing pattern. The curtains of the Pavilion dissolves gradually to reveal the beauty of the Museum Gardens environment as visitors move outwards from the central chamber - A fascinating maze of discovery, fusing the inside with the outside and one that should echo the rich fusion of different cultures, communities and creativity in London.
More info on ArchTriumph here.