The Inverted Pavillion embraces nature rather than shelter from it. It leaves space to grow. It subverts traditional ideas of how we build, how we live and for whom.
Could we build a home for all (types) of life?
It does not only forsee its usability by its inhabitants, but it serves to theneighborhood, the city, and society. It is carbon-absorbent and it looks forward -not back- into nature. It Introduces for the first time the innovative concept of “inverted chimneys”. Consisting of sets of two recycled plastic spheres that hold plants on both ends, and are interconnected by an internal tube, allowing air to flow and be filtered, while absorbing CO2.