“Is this a good pavilion? Yes because it answers a need of manufacturing with reused nylon powder or with Vegetable Oil nylon production. It does not use energy to be shipped as it is printed locally using an EOS E-manufacturing unit (layer manufacturing. It does not try to "invent" a form that does not exist which is pure imagination, it is a voluntary or involuntary hand made building/sculpture that has an inherent structural attributes because of the naturally reinforced shapes and facets. It is one gesture to show that "random architecture" which is at the pure conceptual stage, is as good as an artificial shape forced out of a computer using the latest CAD software. This is a pure sculptural gesture with a minimal effort that has a great aesthetical value.
The job of the architect is to select the most aesthetical shape form the randomness of the sculpted paper and decide how to treat it and develop it into a habitable space.
E-manufacturing allows one to integrate at conception and drawings all mechanical and electrical networks and fittings. The project is physically drawn the way it should really exist. This is the breakthrough in the Fast Forward project.” Rabih Hage