B(h)uis project seems to have derived inspiration from the manner in which the poor interact with the building construction material in the Third World. Presumptions apart the project planned by Netherlands-based Hoogte Twee Architecten explores the idea of using PVC pipes as a hollow building stone to construct an interactive pavilion or an interesting temporary residence.
The erected structure uses PVC pipes that have been stacked parallel to create various interactive forms with great functional use. The design uses the transparent aspect of the pipe for light filtration, especially the open heads that allow a flood of light to penetrate through. The brilliant idea makes up for an excellent pavilion in the courtyard or a public park for children to play.