Fluid Net Pavillion
Material: Onewood Reconstituted Timber
Photography by Frame SG
The Fluid Net Pavillion is a conceptual structure which, uses Onewood, an innovative material, to employ less wood stock by structurally optimizing its load through a computational design process that generates the slab pattern.
At the end of the nineteenth century, an architectural typology emerged confronting the question of mass production. Today, we are facing the challenge of the century to provide environmentally conscious mass housing.
Technological production was considered as embodying the most progressive forms of the age, and the model of architecture design should be founded in the production process itself.
Conforming to and even mastering these forms could serve as an agent for change.