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Zaha Hadid Architects Presents A Concrete Pavilion With 3D Technology

Zaha Hadid Architects Presents A Concrete Pavilion With 3D Technology ⇒ The acclaimed Zaha Hadid Architects has partnered with ETH Zurich to debut a concrete pavilion with 3D knitted formwork. On display in Mexico City, the work is named KnitCandela, was built using KnitCrete – a new 3D-knitted textile technology for creating curving concrete structures, without the need for expensive and time-consuming moulds.   ⇒ Subscribe to our Newsletter and be up-to-date with CovetED Magazine ⇐     The colourful pavilion is called KnitCandela in homage to the work...