"The Darkest Building on Earth," Asif Khan's Winter Olympics Pavilion
on 08 February 2018
Anyone obsessed with Vantablack VBx2, a color which absorbs 99.9% of light, should make their way to PyeongChang for a glimpse at architect Asif Khan's new pavilion. The astonishingly dark facade has been populated with thousands of tiny white light rods, lending it a cosmos-like experience. As part of Hyundai's global mobility initiative, the interior of the space exists in stark contrast: a brightly lit, almost entirely white "water room," where 25,000 single water droplets appear every minute. Read more at Arch Daily where you can see more stunning images by Luke Hayes.