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James Law Cybertecture | London Olympic Pavilion

Concept & Competition James Law Cybertecture International | London Olympic Pavilion

James Law Cybertecture International | London Olympic PavilionTo honour London’s imminent hosting of the 2012 Olympic games, James Law Cybertecture has presented an Olympic Pavilion X design to offer a statement of passion and excellence whilst providing a thrilling platform for memorable celebrations by the city and its citizens.

James Law Cybertecture International | London Olympic Pavilion

James Law Cybertecture International | London Olympic PavilionInspired by the fluid shape of a raindrop splash, Olympic Pavilion X becomes a modern iconic landmark to inject both fun and flair to the monumental Trafalgar Square. With an electrifying exterior façade stretching 375 square meters, Olympic Pavilion X offers functional features of information center, souvenir shop and administration office at the tip of its three separate corners.

James Law Cybertecture International | London Olympic Pavilion

James Law Cybertecture International | London Olympic PavilionIn stunning style, Olympic Pavilion X captures the moment of the Olympic summer games to augment a vibrant and intense sporting atmosphere for the crowd. Infused with visual technology innovations, the core auditorium contains an internal 360 degrees display screen, whilst three external visual devices composing hundreds of minuscule LCD monitors are designed to relay and display live Olympic games real-time.

Location: London, United Kingdom
Architect:James Law Cybertecture
 
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