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This information hub transforms into 278 wooden benches once it is no longer needed

Zuloark’s website explains the firm is “a collective of architects, designers, builders and thinkers operating within the fields of architecture, urbanism, design, pedagogies, research and development.” The team created the temporary installation for the annual event in San Sebastian, but its designers say it is more than just an information pavilion. After being disassembled, the pavilion’s building materials will be transformed into 278 “bowtie” benches to be installed throughout the city.
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