EXEL CROSSLITE TUBES ARE USED AT AUSTRALIAN MPAVILION
Exel Composites is proud to be part of an exciting Australian art project, the MPavilion, a digital forest performing an evening ritual at sunset.
Exel Crosslite carbon fiber tubes are used as support of the pavilion. Installed where the structure’s roof petals and carbon-fibre poles meet, LEDs will create scattered halos of light, synchronised to an immersive sound piece created by Matthias Schack-Arnott of Speak Percussion, performed by the building itself.
Sunset Ritual is a collaboration between Matthias, architect Amanda Levete and lighting designer Ben Cobham of bluebottle.
Video by the Architectural Review: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0NdteYcrgBo
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