Words by MPDClick’s Home & Interiors Editor.
Olympics fever has been brewing in the UK since London won the bid and on the very cusp of the event, its influence has spread across all areas of the country. These stylish structures, erected to house the 10m, 25m and 50m shooting event, are the latest additions to the Olympic’s architecture portfolio.
Magma Architecture are responsible for the trio of temporary constructions in the grounds of the Royal Artillery Barracks in Woolwich, UK. The quirky coloured circles actually serve a ventilation purpose as well as being aesthetically appealing. According to the company, the thinking behind the interesting design was to ‘evoke an experience of flow and precision inherent in the shooting sport’.
The buildings will be dismantled post-Olympics and re-assembled in Glasgow, Scotland for the 2014 Commonwealth games and all parts of it can be recycled and reused, keeping Britain and the Olympics green.
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