These pictures were taken at the Röhsska Museum, during the process of assembling the pavilion architecture students from Chalmers created during one of the courses, Material and Detail. Here is the "official" explanation of what was happening:
The pavilion is parametrically designed in Grasshopper and Rhino, andloads, sun and shade, and material use has been optimized. Steel sheets of 2 mm have been laser cut and rolled at the factory and then assembled by hand in situ.
After summer the pavilion will be standing at Chalmers University of Technology during the autumn, after which it is possible to purchase it.The pavilion is a collaboration between Röhsska museum of Design, Chalmers University of Technology and Ribo-verken, and is the result of 33 Architecture students' work during one semester, in the master level class 'Material and Detail'.
After selecting one initial design, 33 studentshave worked to develop the design, and to turn the project into a pavilion which is safe and constructable. The purpose of the course is to explore digital fabrication and to turn it into a real, built architectural project."
Check out the video now when the pavilion is up and running (credits to the student(s) for making this). And you can read more about it here, in the description of the project on youtube.