Structure Spotlight: Wallapod

Previously used as…

• The Crossroads at LIB 2017. This space offered knowledge about global cultures and world music, as well as showcased traditional musical and visual performances.
• The Dance Shala at Oregon Eclipse 2017. This space was used for yoga and movement classes and was jam-packed every time we saw it. For added comfort, hardwood flooring was added.
• Shaded space at a Fall 2017 DTLA Conference. The structure’s natural materials and earth tone fabric juxtaposed with a concrete urban setting was a beautifully unique sight.

Size: 7,000 sq. ft., Height: 28’-2”

Capacity: 3500 people

Designers: Josh Flemming & Structures Team

Materials: plywood, 1×3 lumber, steel cables, custom steel brackets, and polyester poplin fabric

About: Wallapod serves as an ideal intimate learning space for talks, yoga, workshops and much more. It’s 360-degree shade cover, neutral earthy tones and wide open floor space make it a popular place to regroup at an event all while in wonder of what you’re stopped under.

photo by Terry Pratt

Featured image & last 3 photos by Eric Allen Photo
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