EAHR INT

- Tuesday 28 June 2022


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Emergency Architecture & Human Rights (EAHR) team up with Log Ladies to design and build a Climate Pavilion, a venue for workshops, play and reflection.


Meet EAHR. That’s short for Emergency Architecture & Human Rights. They work to strengthen the resilience of vulnerable groups suffering from inequality and humanitarian crises.

At Roskilde 2022, EAHR team up with Log Ladies (meet them here) to design and build a Climate Pavilion, which is a venue for workshops, play and reflection.

The design concept consists in the joining of two curves that together form into a wave like structure with two main spaces for stay: a shaded bench where you can sit, talk or rest, and a small wooden staircase where events and workshops can take place.

Climate Pavilion has no central stage, there is no conventional audience. Through design, we encourage people to come, to meet, to share ideas, to connect. 

The material used is wood from sustainable foresting, recycled materials and textile for partial cover of the structure.

After the festival, the platform will be disassembled and donated to local organisations and educational facilities for repurposing.

Wood donated and delivered by Frøslev Træ A/S.