AVA, the new hall pendant by Cubo Architects, is ready for spaceous halls and corridors in public and private buildings. Cubo describes the new pendant as an alternative to the symmetrical pendant. Its three sides are alike but form a varying sculpture with the letters A and V appearing - therefore the name AVA, which is also the name of a beautiful actress of the 1950's. But the inspiration comes from a completely different type of artist, American Richard Serra, known for working with large-scale assemblies of sheet metal.
AVA is planned for the hall of Herning Gymnasium with Cubo winning the refurbishment competition in 2012. More about the winning project here
. In the concipation of AVA we have experimentet with anodising the aluminium sheets as an alternative to the powder coated version. The result is a warm colour - we call it light copper. So AVA is available in two standard finishes: white and anodised (light copper).