Beulah Pavilion

Built in 48hrs to house the jury selection process for Southbank by Beulah (SBB), the Pavilion was designed to be a comment on the ever changing skyline of cities around the world.

Designed as a commentary of the city being in a constant state of flux, the pavilion utilises concentric frames to capture how an iterative process can lead to a sculptural outcome. Large structural timber frames were rotated around a common axis to create a sense of movement and depict the static capture of motion. This provides viewers with ever-changing perspectives and provides for endless vantage points around the pavilion and its context.