The Dundee pavilion at the Pop-Up Cities Expo
FREE PICTURES : Maurizio Mucciola gives the final check to the Dundee pavilion at the Pop-Up Cities Expo, which is built entirely from wind-blown trees collected from Templeton Woods in Dundee.
The 5 metre x 5 metre structure was designed by Kengo Kuma and Associates, the architects behind V&A Museum of Design Dundee.
The design is inspired by the traditional kibako, a style of Japanese wooden box. The construction of randomly stacked logs is also inspired by firewood.
The Pop-Up Cities Expo opens to the public on Tuesday 21 June on The Mound in Edinburgh and is open 10am-10pm until 17 July. The Expo is part of the Festival of Architecture 2016.
For more information, contact Chris Wilson - email@example.com / 07580 977 596
Picture Robert Perry 17th June 2016
Please credit photo to Robert Perry
Image is free to use in connection with the promotion of the above company or organisation. 'Permissions for ALL other uses need to be sought and payment make be required.
Note to Editors: This image is free to be used editorially in the promotion of the above company or organisation. Without prejudice ALL other licences without prior consent will be deemed a breach of copyright under the 1988. Copyright Design and Patents Act and will be subject to payment or legal action, where appropriate.
NB -This image is not to be distributed without the prior consent of the copyright holder.
in using this image you agree to abide by terms and conditions as stated in this caption.
All monies payable to Robert Perry
(PLEASE DO NOT REMOVE THIS CAPTION)
This image is intended for Editorial use (e.g. news). Any commercial or promotional use requires additional clearance.
Copyright 2016 All rights protected.
first use only
07702 631 477
Robert Perry reserves the right to pursue unauthorised use of this image . If you violate my intellectual property you may be liable for d