Mossy Bench

By Luna Zeng

A flight structure of fibre and steel makes the pavilion. The fibre intakes water from the ground to supply the plants, which in turn create shade and fresh air.


PV cells revealed in the gaps of the bench sections, transfer solar energy and store electricity.


Moss at the bottom of the wooden bench requires minimum water or care and also aids, preserves and cleans the air.


Levitating sections allow air circulation and cooling during the hot summer months.

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MSMR Architects Ltd

The Old School

London

SE1 8UE

www.msmrarchitects.co.uk

+442079286767

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