DAILY NEWS Feb 24, 2014 3:39 PM - 0 comments

Samsung's Recycled Rainbow Pavilion in Sochi

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By: SWR Staff

Olympic sponsor Samsung brought recycling to life at Sochi when the tech giant used 16 colourful, refurbished shipping containers to house its Games pavilion.

Known as the Galaxy Studios, the Galaxy Studio Olympic Park enabled consumers to interact with Samsung’s latest wireless technology and connect with the Olympic Games.

According to an announcement fro Samsung, “the Galaxy Studio Olympic Park consists of 16 reusable structures that were brought to Sochi and assembled onsite for use throughout the Games. After the Games conclude, the Galaxy Studio in Olympic Park will be dismantled and the structures will be distributed for reuse, leaving minimal waste. These efforts are the latest in a series of sustainable activities by Samsung around its Olympic Games sponsorship and larger commitment to building a better global society.”


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