Pulse PavilionEdit profile
Designed and built by University of St. Joseph in Macau by third-year undergraduate architecture students, The Pulse Pavilion is conceived as a temporary structure that stands at Plaza Sai Van, adjacent to Macau tower. It is an inhabitable sculpture, a parametrically generated organic lattice structure created from split bamboo rods, interwoven fabric panels, and an interactive LED lighting system. In addition to a range of spectacular pre-programmed light-shows, the bamboo lattice is lined with motion sensors that cause the led lights to change in color and intensity as people move around and through the pavilion.
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