Universal Design Studio and Giles Miller Studio have designed a two-storey pavilion for BBC Studios that can be dismantled and reused, and then recycled at the end of its life.
The pavilion was commissioned by BBC Studios, one of the world's biggest producers of TV content, for the MIPCOM trade show in Cannes to entertain clients, showcase its content and "physically embody the brand".
Externally, it is characterised by its top-heavy form and undulating facade that is designed by Giles Miller Studio to evoke a "large-scale organic structure" and theatre curtain.
This is composed of thousands of tiny aluminium louvres – a type of panel used to control sunlight and shade in a building – which clip on to the steel structure. Read the full story here.