The New Zealand Institute of Architects Exhibition Pavilion
Material relating to a Transitional Cities project, titled 'The New Zealand Institute of Architects Exhibition Pavilion'. The project description reads, "This small portable pavilion of under 30m² is designed for the exhibition of material relating to the rebuilding of Christchurch. The virtues and prowess of the building are also intended to promote the value of using an architect. Soo Ryu's (Jasmax) design was selected from 31 entries to a competition run by the Canterbury branch of the New Zealand Institute of Architects. The pavilion is formed from two square box ends, spanned by a dramatic folding, mono-pitched plastic roof. It incorporates a community garden, fed by rainwater collection".