Architect Turns A Giant Smile Into A Public Exhibition
The structure offers visitors a new perspective of London and creates an immersive environment that integrates structure, surface, space and light
For the 2016 London Design Festival, architect Alison Brooks created The Smile, an urban pavilion in the shape of a high upside down arc. Supported by the American Hardwood Export Council and made in partnership with the University of the Arts London, the 34-meter-long structure takes the shape of a giant smile, and was created with 12 panels of cross-laminated timber (CLT).
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