Physarum Pavilion aims to give a space to organisms and examine the behavior of conscious and continuous movement. The human being has a tendency to welcome attractive parts of nature in their life in indoor and outdoor spaces. They do this by creating solutions, relationships between nature and human-made structures. What if we give a place to physarum that it could maintain its life and utilize architectural methods? Physarum Pavilion speculatively approaches architectural solutions and considers physarum as a resident.
Betül Peker is a Weimar based interior architect. She holds a master’s degree in interior architectural optimizations for extreme environmental conditions. She is currently pursuing a second master of arts in Media Art and Design, working on multidisciplinary projects. Architecture, human, non-human relations, living beings are among her main interests.