The Paviljoen, where TU/e first started, is being dismantled so that some of their parts can be reused in a new building on campus.
In recent years there has been a raised awareness among architects about the careful use of materials with global attempts to reduce CO2 production urging a deep reflection regarding where our building materials come from and how we put them together. Therefore, notions of circularity are gradually becoming more prominent in architectural practice, just as a greater interest is emerging in poetic reﬂections on the eﬀects of materiality has on spatial experiences and atmospheres. The first buildings ever built at the TU/e, the Paviljoen on the North-East side of the TU/e campus, are currently being carefully dismantled so that certain parts of them can be reused in a new building to be realized on campus. This project focuses on the Paviljoen’s disassembly process and how those components will be reused to create new spatial experiences and atmospheres.
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