Archive for the ‘Exhibition Center’ Category
Saturday, July 28th, 2012
Article source: Benedict Joseph Kalaw Coronel
The intention of the design was to put more emphasis on the product rather than the booth itself yet making the booth attractive to draw more clients. Having clean straight lines while inserting a curve form made it simple yet interesting, thus achieving the design intent.
- Architects: Benedict Joseph Kalaw Coronel
- Project: A Proposed Medical Exhibition Booth
- Location: India
Tuesday, July 17th, 2012
Article source: J. MAYER H. Architects
Designed by J. MAYER H., the ‘Schaustelle’ or ‘show site’ will be a temporary pavilion and platform for the four collections housed at the Pinakothek der Moderne.
Munich, 12 July 2012, In an official statement, Dr. Markus Michalke, Chairman of the Pinakothek der Moderne Foundation announced:
The Pinakothek der Moderne is due to close in February 2013 for renovation work and is expected to reopen again in September 2013. The temporary closure has been seen as an opportunity that will give rise to a makeshift exhibition building – the Schaustelle. Set up for the duration of the renovations, it will provide the four collections at the Pinakothek der Moderne with a lively platform to hold exhibitions, workshops, talks, performances, film screenings and video installations and much more besides. The scheme has been initiated by the Pinakothek der Moderne Foundation.
Schaustelle - Space For Experiments
- Architects: J. MAYER H. Architects
- Project: Schaustelle – Space For Experiments
- Location: Pinakothek der Moderne, Munich, Germany
- Designed for: Pinakothek der Moderne und Bayrische Staatsgemäldesammlungen, Bayrisches Staatsministerium für Wissenschaft, Forschung und Kunst
- Date: February – September 2013
- Software used: ArchiCad, Maya and Photoshop
Wednesday, June 20th, 2012
Article source: FORMA Architect
Multifunctional fulldome hall having 300 seats is a core of the Fulldome Experience Center. Visitors will be amused by a dynamic interactive space carrying a scientific and educational functions. It includes installations, exhibitions and game zones as well as cafeteria, gift shop and conference room for the visitors’ comfort and versatility of the building.
Fulldome Experience Center
- Architects: FORMA Architect
- Project: Fulldome Experience Center
- Location: Bangkok, Thailand
- Team: Oleksiy Petrov, Iryna Miroshnykova, Alice Magirovska, Dmytro Prutkin, Vadim Sidash, Victoria Leonchenko, Anna Dobrova
- Location: Bangkok, Thailand.
- Client: Fulldome.Pro
Area: Building area 3500 m2
Technical solutions: Front Pictures
- Type: Concept design
- Status: Ongoing
- Year: 2011-2012
- Software used: Rhino and Autocad
Friday, June 8th, 2012
Article source: Haiko Cornelissen Architecten
On March 8th the urban transformation strategy Fasten Your City Belt, designed by Haiko Cornelissen Architecten, will be exhibited and published as part of the Dutch Europan 11 exhibition by the Netherlands Architecture Institute, NAi in Rotterdam, the Netherlands.
©WeMake3D - rendering
Wednesday, June 6th, 2012
Article source: Zephyr Architects
As the central piece of architecture for the Guanggu Bio-lake campus, this reception center houses exhibition space, conference rooms and administration offices.
The building sits between a main plaza and central lake. In a comparatively small piece of land, the architecture seeks to have a strong symbolic character. In order to increase the overall impact of the architecture, the mass is treated as a sculpture in shape and texture. This site is surrounded by buildings with varying viewpoints of the main project. The multi-faceted box produces a façade of ever-changing viewpoints.
Exterior view (Image Courtesy Yao Li)
- Architects: Zephyr Architects
- Project: Guanggu Bio-Lake Reception Center
- Location: Wuhan, Hubei, China
- Client: Bio-Lake Commission
- Program: Exhibition, Conference, administrative offices
- Gross Floor Area: 3,540 SqM
- Design Period: 2008-2009
- Construction Period: 2009-2010
- Architectural Design: Zephyr (US) Architects P.C.
- Design team: Fu Dong, Zhao Zhonggui, Yang Ching-Chi, Ding Junmei, Yu Tong
- Associate Architect: Wuhan Oule
- Photographs: Yao Li
Saturday, May 26th, 2012
Article source: Ippolito Fleitz Group
Brunner uses the occasion of the 2012 Milan Furniture Fair to present two new products: its ‘hoc’ stool and its ‘plot’ modular seating system. Ippolito Fleitz Group was commissioned once again to create a setting resembling an installation, an intense spatial experience in which to showcase Brunner’s new products. From a distance, the strictly black and white backdrop takes a back seat to the colourful seating objects, which draw visitors in to try them out. At closer look, the black and white backdrop transforms itself into a textual world, taking visitors on a poetic voyage of discovery, inspiring them to stop and tarry awhile.
Image Courtesy Francesco Di Loreto - F38F
- Architects: Ippolito Fleitz Group
- Project: Brunner – Fair stand Salone Internazionale del Mobile 2012
- Location: Salone Internazionale Del Mobile 2012, Milan Italy
- Client: Brunner Gmbh
- Year: April 2012
- Size: 90 M² / Sqm
- Team: Peter Ippolito, Gunter Fleitz, Tilla Goldberg, Jörg Schmitt, Daniela Schröder, Axel Knapp, Martin Berkemeier, Frank Faßmer, Anna Maier, Leonie Beck, Monther Abuhmeidan
- Photography:Francesco Di Loreto – F38F
- Additional Photography: Ippolito Fleitz Group – Identity Architects
Thursday, May 17th, 2012
Article source: META – Project
META-Project has completed the Huludao Beach Exhibit Center, a project which re-established the relationship between the cultural activities and it’s natural environment.
Previous a fishing village protected by the surrounding hills, a river running though the center, the Dragon Bay is the essence of Northeast-Chinese coastal idyll. Yet still scattered with fishing boats and nets, now it is facing the city’s upcoming development: situated on the west coast of Bohai Sea rim, with only 3 hours of traffic from Beijing, the site offers a natural resource that is so rare across the north of china due to its climate – “the beach”, which attracts tens of millions of people from Beijing and Northeast-China to spend their summer here. As the first building on the beach, META-Project’s Exhibit Center will vitalize the Dragon Bay into a new resort and residential hub for the Liaoning Province of China.
Huludao Beach Exhibit Center
- Architects: META – Project
- Project: Huludao Beach Exhibit Center
- Location: Huludao, Liaoning, China
Wednesday, May 16th, 2012
Article source: Moment Factory
La Vitrine Culturelle is located in the heart of Montreal’s Quartier des Spectacles theatre district–an area known as a showcase for pioneering uses of multimedia technologies. After winning several awards for its interactive LED facade at La Vitrine’s former information centre at the Place-des-Arts, La Vitrine once again asked Moment Factory to push the boundaries of multimedia environments for their new and highly-visible location at the corner of Saint-Laurent and Sainte-Catherine. Moment Factory created an artistic installation that represents the effervescence of the city’s culture of design and innovation, while doubling as an informative and interactive medium.
La Vitrine culturelle
- Architects: Moment Factory
- Project: La Vitrine culturelle
- Location: Montreal, QC, Canada
- Software used: x-agora
Friday, May 11th, 2012
Article source: Design Initiatives
EXPO BOOTH was Design Initiatives stand at the Outdoor Lifestyle Hangzhou Fair, March 21-24, 2012 to present their Not Just a Chair furniture collection. Two wings curve out of the advertising wall with the company’s logo – the lower one becomes a platform to showcase the furniture objects, the upper one light up the exposed objects. The lower platform can be functionally used as a meeting table.
- Architects: Design Initiatives
- Project: Expo Booth
- Location: Hangzhou, China
- Type: interior
- Date: March, 2012
- Status: completed
- Client: Lifestyle Hangzhou, Beijing Talent-Expo Co.
- Area: 36 sq. m.
- Credits: Vlado Valkof – design; Malgorzata Blasik, Peter Kochevski – rendering
- Software used: Maya and V-Ray Renderer
Saturday, May 5th, 2012
Article source: François Blanciak Architect
In order to avoid the bilboquet form inherent to most observation structures of this height, the proposed building is conceived as a continuous segment whose middle part is made thicker by a knot. The resulting symbolic shape expresses the idea that the total length of the tower is in fact even longer than the regulated maximum height of 450 meters which it reaches at its summit. Alternately, the space created by the knot shape turns out to conveniently provide viewers with a three-dimensional panoramic experience of the city of Incheon, as a continuous indoor and outdoor balcony.
- Architects: François Blanciak Architect
- Project: Incheon Tower
- Location: Incheon, South Korea
- Collaborator: Janko Radojevic
- Program: observation tower + exhibition hall + leisure facilities
- Type: competition
- Date: 2008
- Area: 45000m²