In Australia, a zoo has a special design for the Lemur Pavilion. To create a unique zoo experience for visitors, the outdoor pavilion features an entrance gallery and a tree stand on the pole in the flow of the showcase. The entire campus roof covered with a very large stainless steel wire rope mesh screen netting, internal facilities for the fine design and construction.
The main element of the design is the tree house, which looks like a pile of geometric body of the cabin together. This connected mass forms the interesting focus of the lemur experience. Together, they form a necessary buffer space between the breeding area and the exit where both humans and lemurs co-exist. Screen using stainless steel wire rope mesh material construction, good permeability and protective effect.
These "pods" form a subtle feeling similar to that of a rainforest. Wrapped in a woven outer skin, inside is a rough black steel structure, recycled wood, organic woven rattan wall. In the landscape design process, sustainability is the reason that ultimately affects the selection of long-term and short-lived solutions for the recycling of materials. By minimizing the environmental impact and creating a distinctive experience, visitors are continually sent to a beautiful area away from the ground of the zoo.
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