ti wei chang + vara yang + brian tarn: BAFF pavilion ti wei chang + vara yang + brian tarn: BAFF pavilion
aug 31, 2012

ti wei chang + vara yang + brian tarn: BAFF pavilion

‘BAFF pavilion’ by ti-wei chang + vara yang + brian yh. tarn

designers ti-wei chang, vara yang and brian YH. tarn have conceived the

‘BAFF pavilion’, a modular structure connected together with bubble ceilings. adaptable to its environment, the unit becomes lively and transforms to create various positions. each gesture illustrates a natural demonstration of how the volume creates space underneath. movement within each BAFF mimics the form language of a living creature, developing shelter fro users to rest and play outdoors.

each gesture connects into large scale structure forming a large pavilion

the bubble ceiling can construct its shape with no rigid material and lower the weight of the ceiling

BAFF foundation

transformation sequences of BAFF

  BAFF in rough models

concept sketches of BAFF

left to right:

ti-wei chang, vara yang, brian YH. tarn

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  • We are from National Cheng Kong University, Taiwan, Tainan!

    Brian TH. Tarn says:
  • To make a correction:
    National Cheng Kung University
    Brian YH. Tarn

    Brian YH. Tarn says:
  • Origami shades,how does this react with strong winds?

    TATTOO-LY says:
  • By the foundation.
    We design the BAFF foundation which combimed the function of outdoor seat.

    Brian YH. Tarn says:

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