Beijing-based DeFacto designed and 3D printed the Rise Pavilion for their client, Rise Education. With 3D printing partner UCRobotics, filament partner PolyMaker, and additional partner Edelman, the Rise Pavilion celebrates Rise Education’s Young Creator Cup.
Each of the pavilion’s 5 arcs represents a sector of the competition: heath, transportation, society, education, art & design.
The pavilion weighs in at 1.87 tons, stands more than 11 feet tall, and spans over 1180+ square feet, and was awarded the Guinness World Record on August 20, 2016.
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