Corrugated Cardboard Pavilion by Miguel Arraiz García & David Moreno Terrón, Valencia – Spain

June 10th, 2013 by retail design blog

This corrugated cardboard pavilion was built for a traditional festival called “Fallas” held in Valencia every March. The construction was made out with 3,000 purposefully made corrugated hexagonal boxes as the only structural material. The main challenges were the wind and the rain, because the structure should be at the urban space during at least 5 days. There was no foundation of the pavilion that was just leaning on the floor, that’s why some of the lower boxes were filled with soil to avoid movements due to windy conditions.

Designed by Miguel Arraiz García (bipolaire arquitectos) & David Moreno Terrón
Photography by Noel Arraiz


















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2 thoughts on “Corrugated Cardboard Pavilion by Miguel Arraiz García & David Moreno Terrón, Valencia – Spain

  1. This corrugated cardboard pavilion is looking just awesome…great pictures are shared here. Its really an appreciable task! I am really admired for this information in this blog and the nice approach is visible in this blog.

  2. Emma says:

    This cardboard pavilion REMINDS me the Sibelius monument, located at the Sibelius Park in Helsinki, the capital city of Finland.

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