MultiPly, an 8m-high wooden pavilion that is carbon neutral and made exclusively with American tulipwood will be revealed on the Explanada del Puente del Rey in the Casa de Campo as part of Madrid Design Festival.
This installation is the joint work of the Waugh Thistleton Architects studio, the American Hardwood Export Council (AHEC) and ARUP and is an answer to the greatest challenges in our time: the growing need for housing and the urgency in fighting against climate change. They propose bringing together modular systems and sustainable building materials as a solution.
MultiPly is made up of a series of interconnected spaces that overlap and intertwine to form a labyrinth. Its design has been created and built to encourage visitors to rethink the way we design and build our houses and cities.
Fechas: January 30 to February 17
Place: Puerta del Rey - Casa de Campo. Madrid Río