Jerry Tate reveals folding pavilion
Jerry Tate Architects has taken the wraps off this pavilion built by students during Dartmoor Arts Week
The 15m² temporary folding structure was built by a group of sixteen students as part of the Dartmoor Arts week spatial structures course.
The pavilion will become a welcome and reception space for the Dartmoor Arts Week, while also acting as a travelling exhibition space.
Designed to be transported on a trailer, the timber structure can be assembled by two people in less than five minutes.
Dartmoor Arts are currently commissioning a canvas cover for the pavilion.
Location Dartmoor, Devon
Type of project student live-build project
Client Dartmoor Arts Week
Architect Jerry Tate
Carpenters Henry Russell and Charley Brentnall
Technician Paul Dove
Students Callum Bolger, Rachel Ara, Megan Ancliffe, Timothy Ekins, Steve Anderson, Ellen Sinclair, Philippa Lewis, Hannah Coombe, Viktorija Chairulina, Sarah Jane Hodge, Chiara Fingland, Jessica Voremberg, Philippa Birch, Shaun McLeod, Stefan Batorijs, Beth Hamer
Date commissioned July 2013
Start on site date July 2013
Completion date August 2013
Total cost £500