This is the Artek Pavilion, aka "The Space of Silence," which was designed by Shigeru Ban and built with primarily one material: an environmentally-friendly, paper plastic composite known as UPM ProFi. Debuting in the U.S. this weekend at Design Miami, the pavilion is roughly 131 long x 16 feet wide and can be assembled and taken apart quickly. It’s a nomadic installation in the beauty and power of next generation materials in real world applications. The main material, UPM ProFi, comes in three modern colors and is made from scrap paper and plastic. UPM ProFi is normally used in decking, but this installation proves that it’s durable and flexible enough to be used with variety. I’ll update the images if I can get some shots from the Miami exhibition.