Waugh Thistleton to design V&A pavilion

MultiPly at the V&A by Waugh Thistleton and Arup

Climbable structure addresses housing and climate crises

Waugh Thistleton Architects is designing a 9m tall pavilion for the V&A’s central Sackler courtyard.

The project, MultiPly, will arrive on site like a piece of flat-pack furniture and be built in less than a week using a flexible system made of 17 modules of American tulipwood cross-laminated timber with digitally fabricated joints.

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