I’m very excited to inaugurate a (hopefully) recurring column on Architizer – titled New Archetypes – that explores how architects experiment with small projects to produce very unique designs. This entry focuses on a 20 foot tall pavilion built from recycled paper pulp, the exact same material found in your Starbucks coffee tray and cardboard moving boxes. The ‘Pulp Pavilion,’ designed by L.A.-based Ball-Nogues Studio, shaded visitors to this year’s Coachella Music and Arts Festival.
Read on to learn more!
Top Image: The Pulp Pavilion, Courtesy Ball-Nogues Studio via Architizer