by Snell in Architecture on Wednesday 31 October 2007

Carmody Groarke, a young British firm, have just won an Architecture Foundation competition to design a new pavilion in Regent’s Place, London. The firm is a finalist in BD’s Young Architect Practice of the Year, and has designed the pavilion to be made of a series of vertical rods that reflect light during the day and emit light at night. The design is further enhanced by the ability to move the rods within the building and thus change and utilise different spaces.