A wall covering more than 300 mirror-like reflective surfaces can be swayed as the breeze rises and falls. This waterfront structure facade is in La Grande Motte and is built by NAS. Named the house that will breathe, the waterfront pavilion is part of the Montpellier studio design, which takes place as a French architectural festival every summer.
Designer John · Lor wants the structure to reflect both its scenic location and key The parts worked with each other and the coastal winds at the time. La Grande Motte is a city with a lot of winds, but it is not a constraint, we want to use this natural element to change the idea.
The team built a linear cabin, a 345-plate polished steel made up of a sea-facing facade. Each one is fixed in a hinge structure to allow for different angles from the wind. These mirrors reflect the horizon but in a twisted way, they pass a simple system, one of which is a randomly generated abstract picture of the city and the sea drawn by different natural conditions throughout the day. Inside, visitors see their reflections, and as the wind changes, sometimes the sea looks backward. The structure of the pavilion is made up of fir, which is a surface created by charring and oil.
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