Nice write-up via designboom.
the overall structure is composed of 2,000 3D printed terracotta bricks. over a span of 3 weeks, the hong kong university faculty and students lead by donn holohan, christian lange, and holger kehne, fired each individual printed brick at 1025 degrees celsius. this process makes ‘the pavilion one of the first of its kind in the world that incorporates this specific material system.’
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