English architects of company Carmody Groarke have finished pavilion building in London.
Eight-metre light-emitting diode columnsThe pavilion represents eight-metre columns with light-emitting diode lamps, with a steel three-metre plate on a top (!). The density of placing of columns is non-uniform, and in the centre they and at all are absent, opening the review on the sky.
The idea of a construction was born in 2007 during carrying out of the competition organised by Fund of architecture in English capital. All design of pavilion is addition to the general design of a building to which a construction was an extension, and impracticality of construction gives to the project special utopianism.