ReLife Recycled Pavilion 100% Recycled Pavilion Design by Kevin Chu

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DESIGN DETAILS
DESIGN NAME:
ReLife Recycled Pavilion

PRIMARY FUNCTION:
100% Recycled Pavilion Design

INSPIRATION:
Our planet is facing a crisis of degradation and pollution and a major contribution is human’s insatiable dependence on materialism. Fast fashion, fast furniture, fast food are some of the culprits and our planet’s finite resources simply cannot support this. As a new generation of Biophilia design we are now slowly becoming aware of all our actions has consequences to the planet we live in. We wanted to introduce one of the most sustainable booth design for Shanghai Design Week 2018.

UNIQUE PROPERTIES / PROJECT DESCRIPTION:
Wherever Kevin Chu go around any trade shows he sees a lot of waste generated after only 4-5 days of fancy exhibition. COC was invited to the Shanghai Design Week 2018 thus decided to design and construct a pavilion using all recycled materials. Composed of recycle plastic turf, derelict steel beams for structure, upcycle wood fibers as cladding panels and 35 dead birch trees we wanted to re-introduce temporary architecture that uses zero waste ideology.

OPERATION / FLOW / INTERACTION:
-

PROJECT DURATION AND LOCATION:
2 Months from Concept Idea to Built

FITS BEST INTO CATEGORY:
Interior Space and Exhibition Design

PRODUCTION / REALIZATION TECHNOLOGY:
35 Upcycle Dead Birch Trees sprayed with Low V.O.C white paint. Recycled Plastic Turf. Tectum Wood Panels made with discarded Wood Fibers. Derelict Steel I Beams as structure. Low Voltage LED DownLights.

SPECIFICATIONS / TECHNICAL PROPERTIES:
W 6400mm x D 9000mm x H 4500mm. Gross Floor Area: 5.76 SqM

TAGS:
recycle materials,sustainable,environmental,inno vation

RESEARCH ABSTRACT:
Getting inspired from all the discarded trash from visiting and participating in numerous trade shows and exhibition, COC decided to source discarded materials as its main inspiration for the design. Plantations are one of the most vital component in the health of our ecosystem and it is with this thought that COC decided to re-use plants that have been wilted to become the main focus of their design.

CHALLENGE:
The hardest part was finding the right type and breed of dried trees to be suspended for the pavilion. It was also quite difficult to insist on using low-V.O.C and water soluble paint to cover the tress to retain the environmental theme.

ADDED DATE:
2018-10-05 02:01:04

TEAM MEMBERS (1) :
Kevin Chu + Uvanart Team Members.

IMAGE CREDITS:
COC

Visit the following page to learn more: https://www.coc.design/
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CLIENT/STUDIO/BRAND DETAILS
NAME:
COC

PROFILE:
COC (Chu Original Creations) is a multi-disciplinary environmental design firm that tackles contemporary Architecture, Interior, and Product, Graphic designs as well as Customized Artwork and Art Installations Projects. Started in 2012 founder and director Kevin Chu studied in the Bartlett School of Architecture at the prestigious London University and graduated with distinction. With office in Italy and Hong Kong COC design has won many awards around the world with its boundary pushing designs and has been published extensively. It is nominated as one of the most creative design firms coming out of Asia and is also one of the only firms in Hong Kong to be awarded several architecture/product design contracts with esteem Italian companies. COC design strives to offer creativity in any contract and specialized in thinking “outside of the box” solutions.

NOMINATION DETAILS

Relife Recycled Pavilion 100% Recycled Pavilion Design by Kevin Chu is a Nominee in Interior Space and Exhibition Design Category.

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AWARD DETAILS

Relife Recycled Pavilion 100% Recycled Pavilion Design by Kevin Chu is Winner in Interior Space and Exhibition Design Category, 2018 - 2019.



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