Simple Sealight Pavilion by Monash University Department of Architecture

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A whole slew of students and a grand team was put together to create a show-stopping pavilion at the Victoria Harbour, Melbourne Docklands, Australia. The end result is a simply beautiful couple of structures, with one dipping down into the water for everyone to appreciate the beauty of this area.

The main slatted wood tower is a mere 225 square feet, and the cantilevered edge is far less than that at only 72 square feet. But the overall intent of the Monash University Department of Architecture is well executed, with the perfect lookout points and a 4 week timeframe to build. Reclaimed Australian woods were used in this project, with each piece becoming less distinct as it either reaches the waterline or the sky.

Simple Sealight Pavilion by Monash University Department of Architecture (5)

Simple Sealight Pavilion by Monash University Department of Architecture (4)

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Simple Sealight Pavilion by Monash University Department of Architecture (1)

Photos: Gary Annett/ArchDaily

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