Scaffold Pavilion

Material relating to a Transitional Cities project, titled 'Scaffold Pavilion'. The project description reads:

The Scaffold Pavilion was a prototype for a means of activating and bringing life to an urban area using "transitional-city" materials (such as scaffolding, blue scaffold netting, shrinkwrap). Through a Facebook marketing campaign/chalkboard sign-up, the experiment resulted in BBQs, various live performances, a video projection art show, SCAF PAV-lova party, street cricket matches, gangnam style dancing, and lunch breaks.It utilized solar energy to power internal lighting, which was triggered at sunset. Once the pavilion was disassembled, all materials either went back into their previous circulation (scaffolding, stage decks, pallets, lights), were recycled (shrinkwrap), or used by SHAC in the LIVS office (netting, solar setup).

Last updated
12:30pm 20th November 2017
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Collection
Identifier
qsr-collection:20265

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Christchurch: The Transitional City Pt IV, pages 324-325: Scaffold Pavilion
Christchurch: The Transitional City Pt IV, pages 324-325: Scaffold Pavilion
A PDF copy of pages 324-325 of the book Christchurch: The Transitional City Pt IV. The pages document the transitional project 'Scaffold Pavilion'.