MOE CLB pop up event cube by project moe MOE CLB pop up event cube by project moe
feb 04, 2013

MOE CLB pop up event cube by project moe

‘MOE CLB’ by project moe, various locationsimage © project moe



specializing in augmented modular spatial constructions through the multiplication of one element with a DIY attitude, project moe reveals their latest pop-up creation, ‘MOE CLB.’ based on the three-dimensional extension of the MOE I wall concept, the temporary reusable space is ideal for impromptu street clubs, parties, concerts, festivals, exhibitions or fairs, both indoors and outdoors. the lightweight metal frame construction uses a post-and-beam base with four columns per side, supporting a continuous ring that holds the notched interlocked polystyrene panels. a synchronized sound-responsive video projection brings the membrane to life, creating an object which delineates a space within and around it, ideal for any event. the modular nature of the design allows for the quick and easy assembly of any size pavilion, accommodating sizes from 12, 15, to 20 square meters housing up to 500 people.



MOE I modular wall conceptimage © project moe



MOE CLB 3D spatial experienceimage © project moe



easily set up in almost any locationimage © project moe



suitable for indoor and outdoor useimage © project moe



ability to display several colors on a range of texturesimage © project moe



overhead element is easily seen from a distance and clearly marks a spaceimage © project moe



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renderimage © project moe



floor planimage © project moe



elevationimage © project moe

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