Designed in collaboration with Prada, the Transformer pavilion by Rem Koolhaas is one unique building that changes its shape. Launching in Seoul at the end of April 2009, the Prada Transformer has been designed to host a series of cross-cultural exhibitions, screenings and live events. This shape-shifting building will be the venue for multiple interdisciplinary projects for a period of five months. Made form a steel framed tetrahedron covered with a smooth elastic membrane, the Transformer is outlined in four shapes – hexagon, cross, rectangle and circle. The pavilion will be flipped using cranes to take a new shape for a particular event. For example, the floor will be the rectangle when a movie is being shown in the pavilion. Whenever one shape becomes the ground plan, the other three shapes become the walls and the ceiling. The Prada Transformer has been made as a part of Prada’s global commitment to the production of new realities in fashion, art, architecture and creative culture.