The o-strip pavilion is intended to bring life and energy to a part of campus that is otherwise overlooked. The team of students were working on a tight budget and within a time frame, this forced them to focus on the material ability and fabrication techniques.

Arch2o-O-STRIP Pavilion-Tongji University Team (8)

Courtesy of Tongji University Team – Photographer ChunYu Hu, Philipp Gegner, Sai Luo , XueJun Xiong

Relying on parametric design they designed 484 unique pieces that come together and create a curved loop. Using parametric design has given students control over the shape, geometry and assembly of the structure.

By Danya Hakky

Arch2o-O-STRIP Pavilion-Tongji University Team (7)Courtesy of Tongji University Team – Photographer ChunYu Hu, Philipp Gegner, Sai Luo , XueJun Xiong

Courtesy of Tongji University Team – Photographer ChunYu Hu, Philipp Gegner, Sai Luo , XueJun Xiong

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