Cicada Pavilion │ Tomás amat estudio – Arch2O.com

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Ever imagined that what would it be like to walk inside a cicada? Designed by Tomás amat estudio, the Cicada pavilion surely actualizes this experience, with a touch of vibrancy and swerve. Located in the 800 m exterior space of a former tobacco factory in Alicante, Spain, this huge morphogenetic permanent installation, built from contrasting materials, acts as a cultural magnet.  Across an area of 250 sq. meters (25 x 10 m), the cicada serves as a bar, kiosk and a restaurant.


Cicada Pavilion │ Tomás amat estudio – Arch2O.com

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