The design was developed by ArchitectureDoingPlace who were selected by a local panel in a charette hosted at the Tabernacle by Museum Of Architecture. The proposal comprised a habitable threshold, 40 capacity learning space, a planted terrace which doubles as a stage, and pergolas from which to appreciate the square.
The opening days coincided with the funeral of founder Tim Burke, who was remembered by friends and family at the Pavilion and nearby Tabernacle.
The wood for the 2018 build was provideded by FINSA, who made the following video with charette winners ArchitectureDoingPlace.
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