Archive for the ‘Pavilion’ Category
Wednesday, July 2nd, 2014
Article source: Jensen Architects
The Welcome Pavilion provides space for ticketing, information and membership services at the inaugural Slow Food Nation event. The reclaimed shipping container, topped with plants and a windmill, creates an iconic image while providing the introductory public interface for the festival. Part billboard, part box-office, and part way-finding beacon, the pavilion announces the Slow Food movement’s dedication to sustainability and social responsibility.
Image Courtesy © Jensen Architects
Tuesday, July 1st, 2014
Article source: stpmj
“DRIFT proposes a triangular arrangement of eight foot diameter balloons that create a dynamic canopy over bourbon tastings, educational spaces for children and other groups. Jurors praised the project for its unexpected playfulness and relationship to historic river imagery. The design was interpreted by the panel of jurors as a type of inverted raft with romantic allusions to the journeys of Huckleberry Finn as well as the flatboats that once populated Louisville’s wharf in great numbers. — Kentucky Museum of Art & Craft blog”
Perspective @ Front, Image Courtesy © stpmj
- Architects: stpmj
- Project: DRIFT
- Location: Brooklyn, New York
Thursday, June 26th, 2014
Article source: Benthem Crouwel Architects
In the old part of Amstelveen, stemming from the thirties, an office building and a pavilion together form the Bella Donna. The original buildings were designed in the sixties by the architect Webbers. They are situated on an island, surrounded by greenery and water and reachable via a bridge. The client was looking for a new office for his organization, when he came across the Bella Donna. Charmed by the green park-like setting he decided to settle in the pavilion, while the main building was re-designed to rent to others. This major renovation and expansion was the starting point to create a high-quality office near the Stadshart Amstelveen. The Bella Donna now has an exclusive look at a clearing in a woody area.
Image Courtesy © Benthem Crouwel Architects
Wednesday, June 25th, 2014
Article source: Newick Architects
The site for this project is an existing 1960’s modern house with a 1980’s complementary addition. The Pool existed at the outset as well.
We were asked to design a new pool enclosure fence and Car Port that would be more consistent with the architecture of the house than the English trellis and dovecotes that existed when we began. All of this pre-dated the current owner.
Image Courtesy © Newick Architects
- Architects: Newick Architects
- Project: Firestone Pavilion
- Location: Longmeadow, Massachusetts
- Construction completed: 2010
- Structural Engineer: Michael Horton and Associates
- Base structure contractor: Pearson Systems
- Architectural Metals Fabricator: Lift Design and Fabrication
- Glazing Contractor: Town & Country Glass
Tuesday, June 24th, 2014
Article source: FRANCISCO PORTUGAL E GOMES
The project anticipates the rearrangement of an already existent construction annexed to a small house, in a refuge pavilion with 50 m².
The implanting of the new building follows the limits of this existent construction in the west side, recycling small stone. The opposite side is rebuilt, realigned and, reusing the granite header from the best walls, is created an uncovered yard that serves as entrance and, at the same time, decompresses the proximity with the neighbouring house. This reconstructed element melts itself with the new construction interlinking the granite wall with horizontal slate plates of 3 cm in thickness placed in small stone cubes making a continuous grate that draws the building.
Image Courtesy © Fernando Gabriel
- Architects: FRANCISCO PORTUGAL E GOMES
- Project: RETREAT PAVILION
- Location: Santiago, Penafiel
- Photography: Fernando Gabriel
- Structure and Foundations: Fernando Gonçalves, engineer
- Area: 83 m2
- Costs: 72 000 €
- Cost /m2: 867,4 € / m2
- Project: 2002-2003
- Construction: 2005-2007
Friday, June 20th, 2014
Article source: Oppenheim Architecture + Design
Orchid House Gateway Pavilion into Simpson Park Hammock. The structure is part of the first phase of a public-private partnership to revitalize the historic park and return it to the community. The pavilion embodies a symbiotic relationship between nature and architecture as the structure embraces and becomes interwoven within the diverse indigenous canopy of the hammock while minimizing ecological site impact.
Image Courtesy © Ken Hayden
- Architects: Oppenheim Architecture + Design
- Project: Simpson Park Pavillion
- Location: Miami, Florida
- Photography: Ken Hayden
- Scope: 300 SF Park Pavillion. Architecture
Friday, June 20th, 2014
Article source: Esan Rahmani + Mukul Damle
Project Goal: Respond to a growing need for shelter in the regions of the Indian Ocean rim. improve the human condition, spirit & living standard. Increase awareness of the environment.
Australian designer Esan Rahmani together with Mukul Damle have designed ‘Bamboo Pavillion’, a synthesis of sustainable ideas for a communal shelter for disadvantaged populations around the Indian Ocean rim. The design promotes the use of bamboo for building by utilising bamboo for every aspect of the pavilion.
Image Courtesy © Esan Rahmani + Mukul Damle
- Architects: Esan Rahmani + Mukul Damle
- Project: Bamboo Shelter
Tuesday, June 17th, 2014
Article source: Synthesis Design + Architecture
The Pure Tension Pavilion is a portable, solar – powered tensile membrane structure commissioned by Volvo Car Italia for the new Volvo V60 plug-in hybrid electric car which not only charges the car but also flat-packs to fit in the trunk of the car and assembles in less than one hour.
© Fabric Images / © Volvo Italy
- Architects: Synthesis Design + Architecture
- Project: Pure Tension Pavilion
- Location: Milan, Italy
- Photography: © Fabric Images / © Volvo Italy
- Structural Engineer: Greg Otto, Buro Happold
- Fabricator: Jason Gilette, Fabric Images
Tuesday, June 17th, 2014
Article source: STUDIOKCA
The Head in the Clouds Pavilion on New York City’s Governors Island comes out of the desire to create a ‘place to dream in the city of dreams’. Made from 53,780 recycled plastic bottles – the amount, thrown away in New York City in 1 hour – it is a space where visitors can enter into and contemplate the light and color filtering through the ‘cloud’ from the inside, out.
Image Courtesy © Chuck Choi
- Architects: STUDIOKCA
- Project: Head in the Clouds Pavilion
- Location: New York City, U.S.A
- Photography: Chuck Choi
- Sponsor: Figment, AIA New York ENYA, Structural Engineers Association of New York
- Metal component fabrication: 4th State Metals
Wednesday, June 11th, 2014
Article source: FRPO RODRIGUEZ & ORIOL ARCHITECTS
The San Lucas Pavilion is, fundamentally, a reinforced concrete structure, barely 15 cm wide, which is arranged based on screens and one-meter edge beams, constraining an 11×11 meter square ground plan, in the limit between a lush pine forest and a very clean and carefully kept prairie.
Image Courtesy © Karres en BrandsFRPO RODRIGUEZ & ORIOL ARCHITECTS