Pabellón Pallets | Mexico

In September 2010, Rosa Agraz and Alejandro Solis (ASA-Proyectos) designed the pavilion for the International Flair Exhibition of footwear and leather SAPICA in Leon, Mexico. The reuse of 2000 pallets, which were only stacked without using glue or clamping systems to secure the easiest way to use it after the exhibition without wasting or downcycling the material itself. The construction is entirely made through overlaps and generating the display shelves that serves for shoes. It is estimated that the pallets have a useful lifespan of 8 years and they are manufactured from wood waste.

via Plataforma Arquitectura

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