PVCConstruct is a cultural project without any commercial interest. It was born to illustrate the many ways in which Polyvinyl Chloride (PVC) can enhance our daily lives.
Spanish SelgasCano, led by architects José Selgas and Lucía Cano, decided to build their pavilion on the Coupure Canal, hoping for it to serve as a new sunbathing platform for swimmers.
The waterproof fluorescent PVC has never been used in a building and was constructed on site in a completely hand-made process. A yellow wooden platform is attached to the installation, continuing the interactive experience by allowing visitors to jump into the canal for a swim.