Art Deco Pavilion

Art Deco Pavilion debuted at Chicago International 2012

The Art Deco Pavilion suggests the architecture of the Art Deco era.  Details include the capitals on the columns, the  frieze with geometric designs.  The structure is flat black and the decoration is shiny gold.

The floor was made from individually cut squares of countertop laminate in matte black.  The dividers are gold-painted wood.  The structure is electrified and has 4 sconces with delicate pinkish globes by Mr. K on the internal columns.  The base is decorated with more gold ornamentation.  The roof is a lift-off plexiglass panel to allow natural light in the structure.  The 'walls' are glass between the columns.  The glass has been removed to allow for better pictures.  The flooring is by WilsonArt.  The Pavilion is built in 1:12 scale - 1 inch = 1 foot.  The base of the structure is about 21" square, and 18" high.

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