Carbon pavilion – a student project in Stuttgart
This attractive pavilion is located in Stuttgart and is made of carbon. Of the Carbon pavilion should demonstrate the potential of the new building methods. The nest in an air bubble that the water spider builds underwater served as inspiration for the shape. Instead of a spider web, however, the students used a carbon frame that was attached to the inside of the dome to create the carbon pavilion. The result is a light scaffolding that is not only stable, but also very efficient in terms of materials.
Carbon pavilion in the shape of a dome
The design of the pavilion is not only impressive during the day. At night it is illuminated in an effective way and indirectly. This not only highlights the dome shape, but also emphasizes the carbon structure, which is supposed to imitate the spider’s web. Inside, there are even seats that are arranged in steps. In this way, the carbon pavilion even looks very good as an amphitheater. Now take a look at more photos and a video of this successful project!
Carbon Pavilion – A student project
The pavilion in Stuttgart
The carbon frame
Pavilion with seating
Illumination of the pavilion
Attractive design idea for a pavilion
Environmentally friendly material consumption through carbon