A render of design duo Pernilla & Asif's interactive 'musical instrument' structure, 'The Coca-Cola Beatbox', conceived for London's Olympic Park
Visitors will be able to ‘play’ the pavilion by remixing an Olympics soundtrack specially created by Mark Ronson for Coca-Cola, via sounds embedded in the architecture
The artwork will comprise 230 red and white ETFE cushions, as well as black timber, which will be used for the roof and the interior
Swedish-born Pernilla Ohrstedt and British-born Asif Khan - photographed against a backdrop of the Olympic stadium by Populous and the ArcelorMittal Orbit by Anish Kapoor - met while studying architecture at the Bartlett in London, and set up their studio last year
An early sketch of the pavilion
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