Archive for the ‘Pavilion’ Category
Thursday, March 23rd, 2017
Article source: Penelas Architects
The Project fulfills the desire to Build a space for meditation and retreat, a place to Inhabit and to Think. The pavilion is built in a glade of the forest, the only clearing without a tree. It is wrapped up in Nature, hidden in it, in a way that it is only slightly perceptible. Suspended over a small waterfall, the pavilion protects it. The pavilion interacts directly with the growing of trees, allowing them to pass through its terraces and cantilevers by gaps built for them.
Image Courtesy © Imagen Subliminal (Miguel de Guzmán)
- Architects: Penelas Architects
- Project: The Hidden Pavilion
- Location: Las Rozas, Madrid, Spain
- Photography: Imagen Subliminal (Miguel de Guzmán)
- Architect in Charge: José Luis Esteban Penelas, Dr. Architect, Chair Professor at UEM
- Area: 70 sqm
- Project Year: 2016
Thursday, March 16th, 2017
Article source: Foster + Partners
The new Kulm Eispavillon in St Moritz opens to the public today, a regeneration project that is set to reinstate Kulm Park as the social focus of this part of the resort by returning it to the community.
The initial aim of the project was to restore the existing 1905 eispavillon which played host to the 1928 and 1948 Winter Olympics. The building had been abandoned for many years, and had fallen into a state of extreme disrepair. The new scheme brings the building back to its original state with the ice skating rink as the focus, also introducing a new club restaurant, patisserie, and sun terrace for visitors and the local Engadin community to enjoy. To expand the old eispavillon’s capacity to host events, a new multipurpose pavilion has been incorporated with links to the historic structure. Designed in the spirit of a mini-stadium, it is set to be the focus of the annual calendar of sporting and cultural events including the medal ceremonies at the Ski World Championships to be held in St Moritz in February 2017, as well as music festivals and shows of classic cars.
Image Courtesy © Nigel Young / Foster + Partner
- Architects: Foster + Partners (Norman Foster, David Summerfield, Kirsten Scott, Ignacio Diaz Raya, Eduardo Ruiz de Assin Fierro, Emmanuelle Dechelette, Jan Dierckx, Jon Espinosa, Josh Corfield)
- Project: Kulm Eispavillon
- Location: St. Moritz, Switzerland
- Photography: Nigel Young / Foster + Partner
- Client: Kulm Hotel, St. Moritz
- Collaborating Architect: Küchel Architects AG
- Timber Engineering Construction: Blumer – Lehmann AG
- Steel Manufacturer: Pfister Metallbau AG
- Stonework: EdilStone AG
- Civil and Structural Engineer: Edy Toscano AG
- Sustainability Consultant: mkB – Martin Kant Bauphzsik
- Builder: Nicol. Hartmann & Cie. AG
Tuesday, March 14th, 2017
Article source: LAVA
LAVA has won 2nd prize in an international competition to design a new city in Malaysia.
LAVA’s concept sees the city defined not as one iconic building, nor as a skyline, but as a central public space, a real forest. Chris Bosse, director of LAVA, explains: “Skylines across the world look the same – usually a couple of iconic towers in the centre surrounded by lots of lesser quality buildings, which all resemble each other.” “Here we have designed an inverse city skyline where the icon of the city is a public space, not an object/building. Our central space is a Rainforest Valley and demonstrates the equation: PEOPLE = CITY. From an object to a place.”
Image Courtesy © Bitscapes
- Architects: LAVA
- Project: COUNTRY GARDEN FOREST CITY
- Location: Malaysia
- Photography: Bitscapes
- Client: Country Garden Group
- Lava: Chris Bosse, Alexander Rieck, Tobias Wallisser
- Size: Total development: 20 square kilometres; site: 24 hectares
- Status 2nd prize, design competition 2017
Sunday, March 12th, 2017
Article source: Kadarik Tüür Arhitektid
The title of the Estonian pavilion, “Gallery of _”, symbolises the nature of the entire pavilion and, more broadly, the idea that Estonia is a dynamic and smart small country, with every citizen’s initiative but also every foreign investment, collaboration with international reach and foreign investor affecting how it fares.
Image Courtesy © Filippo Poli
- Architects: Kadarik Tüür Arhitektid
- Project: EXPO 2015 Estonian pavilion
- Location: Milan, Italy
- Photography: Filippo Poli
- Client: EAS
- Preliminary design: Kadarik Tüür Arhitektid OÜ – Ott Kadarik, Mihkel Tüür, Priit Hamer, Kadri Tamme, Liis Mägi, Tanel Trepp, Kristi Tuurmann
- Graphic design: Uku-Kristjan Küttis, Kaarel Kala, Alari Orav AKU
- Recent stages: Kadarik Tüür Arhitektid OÜ – Ott Kadarik, Mihkel Tüür, Priit Hamer, Kadri Tamme, Liis Mägi
- Graphic design: Uku-Kristjan Küttis, Kaarel Kala, Alari Orav AKU
- Construction design: Civen OÜ
- Builder: Redaelli Costruzioni S.p.A.
- Structural design: Civen OÜ
- Gross useable floor space: 1200 m²
- Start of work: 2013
- Completion of work: 2015
Sunday, March 12th, 2017
Article source: PAR Arquitectos
An isolated and open construction, next to an existing swimming pool, was ordered at the end of the house garden. The place is presented with an outstanding geographical support, which contains and frames a privileged green environment, typical of the pre-mountain range area east of Santiago.
The project strategy refers to the pergola as an architectural reference; That light and autonomous frame as an integral support of nature and multiple activities.
Image Courtesy © Diego Elgueta
- Architects: PAR Arquitectos (Pablo Lopez, Alvaro Cortés, Tomás Pardo)
- Project: Pergola Pavilion
- Location: Lo Barnechea, Santiago, RM, Chile
- Photography: Diego Elgueta
- Area: 52 mts2 / 1.114 mts2
- Year: 2017
Thursday, March 2nd, 2017
Article source: architetto Michele De Lucchi Srl
UniCredit has erected a multipurpose building to house the bank’s general meetings, but also exhibitions and cultural events open to the Milan public. It occupies a privileged position against the background of Porta Nuova, beneath the mirror-glazed tower and in a dialogue with the Porta Nuova public gardens. UniCredit Pavilion has no foundations, being constructed on a reinforced concrete podium above the parking facility. Its soft profile is inspired by the shape of a seed, and its materials are natural. A vertically ribbed cage with lamellar larch beams contains a glazed space and supports a rounded, solar panelled roof. The structure opens on the outside through two large wings, equipped with monitors for events open to the general public. Situated on the ground floor is a multipurpose auditorium adaptable to diverse configurations and with seating for 700. An overhead walkway runs along the outer edge of the building and can be used for temporary art exhibitions. On the first floor is a nursery for 50 toddlers, whilst the top level is occupied by a lounge for customer reception and corporate events.
Image Courtesy © Tom Vack
- Architects: architetto Michele De Lucchi Srl
- Project: UniCredit Pavilion
- Location: Piazza Gae Aulenti, Milano, Italy
- Photography: Tom Vack
- Client: UniCredit Business Integrated Solutions Scpa
- Project Team: Nicholas Bewick (project director), Francesco Garofoli, Vittorio Romano; Giorgio Traverso; Marcello Biffi, Matteo Di Ciommo, Francesco Faccin
- Consultants: Hines Italia Srl (project management); MSC Associati Srl (structural framework); Ariatta Ingegneria dei sistemi Srl (technical installations); Eurodesign Sas di Adriano Crotti (Façade design); GTP Srl (security and fire protection project); Gruppo C14 Srl (lighting design); Studio di ingegneria acustica Marcello Brugola (acoustic and AV design); Zintek srl (roof); Wood Beton (strctures in laminated wood); Erco (lighting)
- Area: 3.300 m2
- Chronology: 2013-2014 (design); 2015 (completion)
Tuesday, February 21st, 2017
Article source: Architecture bureau WALL
Pavilion of Moscow Information Technology Department is located in VDNH, at the intersection of Kolcevaya road and Serenevaya alley east of the main Alley of VDNH. Pavilion construction continues development concept of the territory “Park Znaniy” in the context of a comprehensive upgrade VDNH landscape.
Image Courtesy © Ivanov Ilya
- Architects: Architecture bureau WALL
- Project: Pavilion DIT [Department of Information Technology]
- Location: VDNH, Moscow, Russia
- Photography: Ivanov Ilya
- Total area: 1599.66 sq.m.
- Dimensions: 167.5m x 25.6m
- Height: 6 m
- Design: 10/2015-05/2016
- Construction: 05/2016-09/2016
Wednesday, February 8th, 2017
Article source: MX Taller de Arquitectura & Diseño
PANDEA is a space designed to serve as platform for artists and designers in Puebla; located in Sonata District, one of the fastest growing & modern zones of the city.
The architectural design was developed simultaneously with the visual identity of the pavilion in order to achieve a global concept, which transmits constant movement & modernity, projected in a versatile space with intense color and subtle polygonal applications.
Pavilion façade, Image Courtesy © Diana Arnau
Tuesday, January 31st, 2017
Article source: AVIOstudio
In 2016 AVIOstudio designed the Sukhoi Superjet 100 pavilion within the Farnborough International Airshow (UK).
Every year Sukhoi Superjet 100, a modern regional jet, product of a Russian-Italian joint venture, takes part to the International Airshow: in even years in Farnborough, in odd years in Paris-Le Bourget.
Main facade, Image Courtesy © Cristian Guizzo
- Architects: AVIOstudio (Cristian Guizzo & Michele De Marchi)
- Project: Sukhoi Superjet 100 Pavilion – Farnborough International Airshow 2016
- Location: Farnborough, UK
- Photography: Cristian Guizzo
- Client: Superjet International
- Collaborator: Marco Gaggio
- General Contractor: Interfiere
- Time: 11/07/2016 – 17/07/2016
Friday, January 20th, 2017
Article source: jantzen studio
Free-Space Is A Pre-Fabricated, Modular, System Of Components That Can Be Assembled, Disassembled, And Reassembled Into Many Different Configurations, In Order To Create Many Different Kinds Of Structures. These Structures Can Be Used As Very Functional Places Such As Pavilions, Or They Can Be Developed Into Various Kinds Of Non-Functional Sculptures. All Of The Structures Can Be Made From Bolting Together Two Panel Types. Both Panel Types Are Curved To An Eleven Foot Radius And Are Four Feet Wide, And Eight Feet Long. Each Of Them Is Made From Three Curved Steel Pipe Frames, Which Are Connected Together With A Series Of Wood Slats. The Slatted Panels Can Be Bolted Together End To End In Either A Horizontal Or Vertical Orientation. If The Panels Intersect Anywhere In The Structure, They Can Also Be Bolted Together At That Intersection. If The Panels Are Used To Create More Functional Structures Like This Shade Pavilion, Solar Panels Can Be Attached To The Curved Slatted Panels (In The Appropriate Location) In Order To Provide Solar Electric Power For Use In And Around The Pavilion. A Personal Shade Pavilion Is Shown Here With A Solar Panel Attached To One Of The Curved Slatted Panels. A Storage Cylinder, Two Lounge Chairs, A Dinning Table, And A Hammock, Are Placed Under The Shade Canopy For Use As A Special Summer Retreat Place.
Image Courtesy © jantzen studio