Chun Qing Li of Pavilion Architecture designed KREOD, an architectural sculpture, organic in form, environmentally-friendly and inspired by nature. Resembling three seeds, these three pods combine through a series of interlocking hexagons to create an enclosed structure.
KREOD consists of three compartments and has a footprint of 60 square meters. The design showcases a sustainable and forward thinking building method in fabricating and installing. The wooden structure of KREOD is made of Kebony, a certified sustainable alternative to tropical hardwood.
The modularity of KREOD allows it to be used as a multi-functional pavilion both indoors and outdoors. The three pods can be combined in a variety of configurations or they can be installed as free-standing forms. The flexibility and modularity allows the structures to be utilized as a media center, popup bar or a marketing or event space