AIRLAB creates 3D-printed stainless steel pavilion for Singapore's Gardens by the Bay
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AIRLAB creates 3D-printed stainless steel pavilion for Singapore’s Gardens by the Bay

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AIRLAB has completed an angular, mesh-covered pavilion at Singapore’s Gardens by the Bay , which has a structure made entirely from 3D-printed stainless steel components. Built using more than 200 rods connected by 54 3D-printed steel nodes the temporary pavilion was created by the Architectural Intelligence Research Lab (AIRLAB), based at the Singapore University of Technology and Design . Called AIRMESH, it is the product of five years of researching and was assembled in two days using only hex keys. Designed to remain on its site for three years, the pavilion has been oriented to frame four key views […]

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