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Gap Filler has completed its first temporary architecture BUILD project. Oh my! The Pallet Pavilion was a transitional architecture project that functioned as a

The Pavilion The Pallet Pavilion's Official Website

The Pallet Pavilion. Image by Jessica Slattery, 2012. Gap Filler has harnessed the goodwill and desire of Christchurch residents and businesses to construct a

The Pallet Pavilion's Official Website Built by the Community For

Posted in Palleteers. Missed this week's events? Or you've been but simply want more? This is the LAST DAY EVER! Come visit us, before we de-construct!

Pallet Pavilion Christchurch, New Zealand Public Places

Pallet Pavilion, Christchurch, New Zealand. 2490 likes · 8 talking about this · 1769 were here. The Pallet Pavilion was a community project lead by Gap...

Gap Filler Summer Pallet Pavilion Time lapse of construction Nov

6 Jan 2013 A visually engaging and dynamic space, the Summer Pallet Pavilion is built from over 3000 wooden pallets and is a showcase for the

Will Gap Filler's Pallet Pavilion see one more summer? You decide

And that's how 250 volunteers turned 3,000 blue, wooden pallets into a pavilion for the Summer of 2012/13. It was so good that about 25,000 people came to

Beautiful German Pavillion Made From 1300 Shipping Pallets

23 Aug 2010 Back in 2005, Matthias Loebermann built a beautiful temporary pavilion out of reclaimed shipping pallets for the Nordic Alpine Skiing World

Gap Filler NZ Pallet Pavilion Case Studies Creative Spaces

They came together to establish Gap Filler to re-activate these spaces for the people Last year you opened the Pallet Pavilion project, how was the space first

FESTA » Pallet Pavilion talk

28 Oct 2013 Gap Filler's Pallet Pavilion is one of Christchurch's most interesting temporary architecture structures. A community events venue, it was built

The Pallet Pavilion, Germany Natural Homes

This is the Pallet Pavilion by Matthias Loebermann, built as a temporary meeting place for media and athletes after the World Ski Championships in Oberstdorf,


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