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AirMesh, designed by Carlos Bañón, FuturArc Prize 2022 juror, is an award-winning pavilion which serves as both a gathering space and a light sculpture made out of stainless-steel 3D-printed components. The design follows Eurocode regulations and is the first 3D-printed structure that has been approved by the Singapore Building Construction Authority (BCA) for occupation as a temporary functional structure for three years. The space frame comprises 216 bars of different lengths and sections with 54 unique printed nodal joints, weighing 700 kilogrammes in total. Despite its delicate and fine appearance, it can withstand loads 16 times its weight—more ...







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