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Hexagon Pagora / Pagora

Hexagon Pagora
Hexagon Pagora

This is a pagora using hexagon panels, which can reduce wasting space and realize the most stable structure as many sides meat each other. Top parts of panels made of solar cells, reused timber and transparent materials such as glass or acrylic can be selected in accordance with space and surroundings. Lower parts of hexagon frames supporting the panels can also function as lighting with the use of LED and further can serve as street lights if even bottom parts of the panels are used. Hexagon pillars are storage batteries and hexagon benches can be installed in accordance with needs through a simple arrangement.

University

Keimyung University

Keimyung University
Daegu, Korea, South Korea

Design

Keimyung University

Keimyung University
Daegu, Korea, South Korea

seung han / jung dae bul / yoon