Calcutta based architect Abin Chaudhuri’s Bamboo Pavillion will being included as part
of an exhibition at New York’s Museum Of Modern Art as part of an exhibition called
‘Uneven Growth: Tactical Urbanisms For Expanding Megacities‘, opening in November
The pavillion was originally part of an installation for a Calcutta based religious festival
and highlights the world’s rapidly expanding population.
Chaudhuri’s pavillion is made out of coloured sticks of bamboo and has reflective vinyl
stickers placed at the top and then vibrantly hued LED lights are placed around the
bamboo installation to give to make the stickers shine brightly and give the pavillion
a glow in the dark effect.
Images Courtesy of Abin Design Studio
Uneven Growth: Tactical Urbanisms for Expanding Megacities will be showing at MoMA
from 22nd November 2014 to 10th May 2015