Gap Filler Project 22: Pallet Pavilion
Gap Filler's Pallet Pavilion was a transitional architecture project which functioned as a community space and venue for events. A visually engaging and dynamic space, the Pallet Pavilion was made from over 3000 wooden pallets using professional and community labour. It was a testament to the effectiveness of a collaborative and community-minded process. Thursday to Sunday, it hosted live music, an outdoor cinema and a wide range of other events. It was also available for hire by any individual or community organisation at other times.
In April and May 2014, the Pallet Pavilion was deconstructed by volunteers and the pallets and crates were returned to CHEP who kindly lent them to Gap Filler for the project