London 2012 Olympic Pavilion, Trafalga Square, London
AC-CA Architecture Competition Entry
Collaborator: Dongyul Kim
Mirror as a public object arouses curiosity; it reflects the individuals to interact with. This invisible and reflective pavilion sits comfortably in harmony in Trafalga square to reflect - one as many. Visitors from all over the globe customizes the object into a fantastic colorfield - many as one. The pavilion becomes a compact, iconic and well-connected excellence without extravaganza.
We have selected the following location for its maximum exposure to the public traffic especially for the disabilities. The pavilion becomes an iconic figure of the Olympic Games 2012 not only by its imposing appearance - day and night - but also by the ability to screen event display, replay, news and interviews.