Selgascano completes a floating pavilion in Bruges

For the Brugge Triennale, the Spanish studio designs a temporary structure covered with a fluorescent vinyl coating.

Selgascano, pavilion in Bruges, Brugge Triennale, 2018

Commissioned by the city of Bruges for the Brugge Triennale, SelgasCano Pavilion is a floating installation designed by the Spanish studio. It serves as a new access to the canal water as well as a new public space for the neighborhood.

The temporary pavilion features a steel structure, covered with a pink-orange fluorescent vinyl, which are inseparable elements. The final form is the result of an experimental process that took place on the site. The closed structure is completed by an external yellow wooden platform, from which to dive on the canal. The light that passes through the colored skin generates an unusual and psychedelic perception of the historical center.

Project:
SelgasCano pavilion
Program:
temporary pavilion
Architect:
SelgasCano
Event:
Brugge Triennale
Completion:
2018

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