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  • Laura Alice Hargiss

    Coca-Cola’s Beatbox Pavilion Will Inspire Olympic Visitors to ‘Move to the Beat of London 2012′ Coca Cola Beatbox by Pernilla Asif – Inhabitat - Sustainable Design Innovation, Eco Architecture, Green Building

  • Dustin Zormeir

    Asif Khan and Pernilla Ohrstedt - Coca Cola Beatbox Pavilion (London 2012 Olympics)

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Designed by London architects Asif Khan and Pernilla Ohrstedt, the Coca-Cola Beatbox invites visitors to make a musical collage of sporting sounds by touching parts of its structure.

Coca-Cola Beatbox by Pernilla will allow people to ‘play’ the Pavilion by interacting with sounds embedded in the architecture. Visitors can remix sounds of Olympic sports captured for an anthem that is being created for Coca-Cola by producer Mark Ronson. Totally corporate, but potentially interesting.

The Coca-Cola Beatbox Pavilion by Asif Khan & Pernilla Ohrstedt

Coca-Cola Beatbox by Pernilla & Asif

Of course I couldn't leave the UK out of my adventure. 5th stop Coca Cola's large beatbox for the 2012 olympics. I would definitely want to create some beats on my #ridecolorfully trip

KREOD, a portable wooden structure revealed in London last September, has recently been recognized with a Surface Design Award for Temporary Structure. Designed by Pavilion Architecture, KREOD is constructed of Kebony, a sustainable alternative to tropical hardwood and preservative treated wood. The venue sculpture currently forms the centerpiece of Peninsula Square, London's busy public space between the Emirates Air Line and The O2 Arena on Greenwich Peninsula.

Zaha Hadid Architects‘ Burnham Pavilion, which opened recently in Millennium Park in Chicago.

Designer: Foster + Partners Title: Broadgate Tower Medium: Architecture, structural steel with glass facade

  • Stephen McIntosh

    I love architecture. I would have been an architect if I was better at drawing and less afraid that my mistakes would kill people. As a software engineer, the worst that happens is that money is "misaccounted for." I really appreciate the cleanliness of this building, and always appreciate purposeful use of glass. I like how the straight lines accentuate the thin footprint that is useful in a congested urban centre like London.

Eco Pavilion 2011 / MMX : chain + rope + existing building = interwoven temporal pavilion

This pavilion was created out of 1500 metres of undulating paper strips