16 Photos That Explain NYIT's New Beach Pavilion

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16 Photos That Explain NYIT's New Beach Pavilion

July 17, 2015

Thirteen NYIT architecture students teamed with nine students at the University of Puerto Rico (UPR) to create a budget-friendly, versatile structure designed as a space for beachgoers to relax and socialize. Known as "Contorno," their beach pavilion is more than a modest project; it's an example of how young people can collaborate to make social impact and revitalize a beachfront community in Culebra, Puerto Rico. The structure is currently on display at UPR's campus. View photos:

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