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Sumit Singhal
Sumit Singhal
Sumit Singhal loves modern architecture. He comes from a family of builders who have built more than 20 projects in the last ten years near Delhi in India. He has recently started writing about the architectural projects that catch his imagination.

EverRest in Germany by Simon Takasaki designed using Rhino and Maya

 
July 30th, 2011 by Sumit Singhal

Article source: Simon Takasaki

The monument to the end of mining in the heap Duhamel / Germany is characterized by the special treatment of the history of the site and the end of the mining industry. The 30 m high walk-in sculpture holds  the path of the history of the place and its use to its open, undefined future.

Exterior View

  • Architect: Simon Takasaki
  • Name of Project: EverRest
  • Location: Germany
  • Software used: Maya and Rhino

As a memorial the sculpture offers the viewer a path within a mountain landscape appearing topography. Thus, this path leads over a natural base of broken bricks, boulders and a harmonic changing landscape into a cavernous, but light and airy, almost nature-sacred main hall.

Exterior View

This space is in its very nature contemplative and inspiring at the same time. It serves for exhibitions or smaller events such as chamber music, a reading or a play. The light and airy space tries in its nature not to distinguish from the outside world – but it wants to project the character of the mining industry from the depths of the mountain onto the surface.

Interior View

The geometry is the impression of being in a cave and at the same time communicating in an integrative blend with the outside world. The syncretic inversion of the mountain surrounds the visitor as a space continuum and extends to the observation deck. Seen from outside, the sculpture seems to be formed by invisible forces of nature to an amorphous entity. On the one hand strong winds have been compressed and formed a dynamic, harmonious formation.

Exterior View

On the other hand destructive forces and dissonances are at work and fragment the choreography of the monument. Foolowing the chronology of location the sculpture grows in a dense language from the earth (the past) in order to dissolve completely and split at its ends to the future.

EVERREST is the monument to the end of mining in the heap Duhamel. Have we come to the peace … we can come to rest.

Night View

Plan 01

Plan 02

Plan 03

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Categories: Maya, Memorial, Rhino

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