The sculptural form of the Wind-Wave is derived from the imagery of a traditional beach wind-breaker with a butterfly kite roof. By considering a form that allows for interior and exterior occupation, Wind-Wave does not just provide shelter, but rather a dynamic enclosure forming both internal and external space wrapped up within an apparently continuous and sinuous surface.

Description: RIBA Competition - Swivelling Windshelters
Location: Promenade at Blackpool
Client; Blackpool City Council
Dates: 2002
Total Cost: £50,000

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