(Pics) Pavilion Made From Speedo Swim Suits

(Pics) Pavilion Made From Speedo Swim Suits

Students from Chelsea College of Art & Design transform clothing into an architectural work.

Naresh Kumar
  • 9 july 2010

Students from the Chelsea College of Art & Design have constructed a structure entirely out of 200 Speedo swimming suits. The ‘s_pavilion’ used LZR racer swimming suits given by Speedo as part of a project to promote sustainability. Students used various fabrication methods and digital modeling to transform this material into architecture which would be a part of the London Design Festival later this year.

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