The moos pavilion travels between Munich and Sydney and offers people in highly polluted cities the possibility to take a deep breath and recover from the daily stress.
The mixture of German and English in the project title takes up the travelling of the pavilion from Munich to Sydney. The moos pavilion contains a closed room with its ground-floor filled up with moss, which also acts as an air filter and gives a forest-like appearance and smell.
The stable cell structure reflects the natural growth pattern of moss. It was generated by manipulating a 3d-Voronoi algorithm in a targeted manner. The structure constitutes the outer skin, a double layer textile membrane. It is weaved out of different translucent and electroactive fibres generating an artificial muscle. By moving up and down, it supports the natural air circulation.