Recently visitors and inhabitants of Macao could enjoy seeing one innovative architectural bamboo structure – the Pulse Pavilion.
It is placed at Sai Van Plaza near the Macao Tower and is something that you surely cannot see in your neighbourhood.
The Pulse Pavilion in Macao
This temporary structure in the shape of a grid is made of bamboo rods and textile screens folded together and making tunnel-like shape. There is a LED lighting system installed in it, so it shines colourfully. The most interesting thing about this innovative structure is that it response to your entering in it by changing the colours of its LED lights. The intensity of the light and the speed of its changes depend on the number of people that have entered it.
Close perspective of the original architecture of the structure
This extraordinary structure is made by third-year university architecture students from the University of St. Joseph in Macao. For the actual bulding of the Pulse Pavilion they were given hand by a local craftsmen. As a result of the cooperation between the new scientific technologies and the traditional skills, now Macao has this extravagant new structure to complete its exotic looks.
The amazing looks of the Pulse Pavilion at night
The structure’s glowing effect from the inside
The entrance of the amazing bamboo structure
Unusual architecture combination between textile and bamboo
Innovative structure in the urban surroundings
The structure’s impressive LED light system
Fascinated by the Pulse Pavilion at night