The design for the pavilion envisioned an interactive public space based on the concept of dreams.
The dandelion-like units that constitute the surface of the pavilion were designed as detachable modules with laminated rice paper leaves that could be used by people, specifically children, to write and display their dreams on the structure, enabling them to relate better to the space.


The pavilion covers up 60 square metres of space in an overall 11 metres x 7 metres area. With the skeletal structure in steel pipes with customized supports to hold the dandelion leaves, the pavilion was designed as a light and reusable structure that is easy to construct.

Love Choudhary and Benjamin Felbrich

Dream Pavilion by Love Choudhary in United Kingdom won the WA Award Cycle 25. Please find below the WA Award poster for this project.

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