SkyLense is the winning pavilion created for CHART Art Fair Architecture Competition, 2016 by Tamara Kalantajevska, Aleksander Nowak, Enlai Hooi, Nicole Strelcheva, & Trine Storck-Thy

The pavilion both mirrors and disconnects from its surroundings... a fluid place, a cut-out reality.

SkyLense is conceived as a machine for cooking whose mechanics are so simply perceived as to be apprehended in a single glance. The pavilion demonstrates the concept that sustainability is not just about being “less bad”, but instead may be used as a creative stimulator for life-activities that positively affect the environment. From sunbaking, to art performance, to cooking, each act is sponsored by two elements: water and sunlight.