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The temporary pavilion uses the characteristics of ceramics to respond to current needs of a greater continuity between indoor and outdoor spaces -- the private and the public. the structure consists of two organic shapes, wrapping around and interacting with other surfaces. the form has a double skin, the outside being a large white tile placed in a scale pattern with the ability to decontaminate the air, and the inside being ceramic tubes of different lengths. the installation shows how far ceramics have come and how the functions of tiles have changed, allowing the material to be used for new applications.

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