Traceless by Oficina Penadés

19.09.2019 →
Madrid-based designer Jorge Penadés will unveil a strikingly simple but highly intelligent nomadic pavilion that will pop-up throughout the course of London Design Festival in three public spaces in Brompton. Inspired by the biomechanics of the human body, the pavilion is a lightweight structure constructed from minimal materials just kinesiology tape and plywood sheets. Using the tape to connect large plywood sheets/boards, Penadés offers a simple but compelling demonstration of how biomimicry and the human body might inform a discipline such as architecture. Or, in other words, how design can learn from nature. 
Acción Cultural Española (AC/E) supports the Traceless installation and the participation of spanish designer Jorge Penadés through the Programme for the Internationalisation of Spanish Culture (PICE).
South Kensington Tube,
Thurloe Square Gardens and Exhibiton Road
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