Archive for the ‘Pavilion’ Category
Sunday, July 9th, 2017
Article source: de Architekten Cie.
The new ABN AMRO Pavilion is unique in the Netherlands: the first built example of a purely sustainable and circular design. The main thought behind circular design is that the impact of the building causes the least possible reduction of the world’s resources. The circular economy is waste-free and resilient and that is the exact idea behind this Pavilion. Right from the start the recyclability of all materials used were taken into account.
Image Courtesy © de Architekten Cie.
- Architects: de Architekten Cie.
- Project: Circular Pavilion Abn Amro
- Location: Amsterdam, the Netherlands
- Project Architect: Hans Hammink
- Project Manager: Jeanne Leung, René Bos, Stephan Oelers
- Landscape designer: Dark green i.s.m. The Architects Cie.
- Contractor: BAM
- Structural engineer: BAM Construction + Engineering
- Installation Advisor: BAM Construction + Engineering
Friday, June 30th, 2017
Article source: michael jantzen
The Radius Pavilion is an experimental design for a special place in which to experience the beauty of structural complexity, through the creation of a structure made from a few basic components that are repeated over and over again, and assembled in unpredictable ways. The painted wood structure consists of a series of arch shaped components all of which have two different widths, and all have the same radius. Some are made from a half of the circle, some one-quarter, and some one eighth. All are clad with a series of slats that bind the three arch support frames together into a structurally sound building component. These components can be assembled together end to end in many different ways in order to create many different size and shaped pavilions. Stairs that lead up into the interior of the spaces are added so that visitors can climb into and experience directly, the dynamics of the three-dimensional complexity.
Image Courtesy © jantzen studio
Wednesday, June 14th, 2017
Article source: UNStudio
For the Techtextil ‘Living in Space’ exhibition UNStudio and MDT-tex have created Prototype II, a modular shelter which envisions how we might one day live on the moon or on Mars. The design is inspired by foldable structures and the need for lightweight and compact transport into space. In the Techtextil installation the self-supporting pavilion serves as a space in which guests can experience a trip to Mars in virtual reality – as represented by co-exhibitors the European Space Agency (ESA) and the German Aerospace Centre (DLR).
Image Courtesy © Olaf Becker
- Architects: UNStudio (Ben van Berkel with Rob Henderson, William de Boer, Piotr Kluszczynski, Ke Quan)
- Project: ‘Living in Space’ exhibition
- Location: Techtextil, Frankfurt, Germany
- Photography: Olaf Becker
- Client: MDT-tex
- MDT-tex: Markus Müller-Feist, Dr. Shankar Jha, Samer Alqutifani and Gennadi Rosin
- Pavilion surface: 51 sm
- Pavilion volume: 80 m3
- Pavilion site: 25sm
- Status: Completed
Tuesday, June 13th, 2017
Article source: jantzen studio
The Lattice Pavilion is a small prefabricated, modular, moveable, functional art structure designed to provide a special place in which to escape from the norm.
The base support frame is an eight-foot cube, with ten lattice-covered panels that fold out from the support cube frame, and are attached back to it, in order to form the final shape of the pavilion. Five of these panels are folded again at the center point and secured to the support frame. The support frame and the lattice-covered panels are mounted onto a floor, which is elevated above the ground on four support legs that require little or no foundation, depending on the site-specific needs.
Image Courtesy © jantzen studio
Wednesday, June 7th, 2017
Article source: Mira Architects
The pavilion is a free standing building in addition to a property in Constantia, Cape Town as an entertainment space, guests accommodation, and a car collector’s garage & show room.
Image Courtesy © Wieland Gleich
- Architects: Mira Architects
- Project: Pavilion in Silverhurst
- Location: Silverhurst, Constantia, Cape Town, South Africa
- Photography: Wieland Gleich
- Project Team: Luis Fernando Mira, Camilla Francis, Andre Malan
- Structural Engineer: Sutherland Engineers
- Mechanical Engineer: WSP Engineers (A. Steyn)
- Project year: 2013-15
Thursday, May 25th, 2017
Article source: CN10 architetti
The municipality of Dalmine, a city of 25.000 inhabitans in the north of Italy, had the necessity to increase the main cemetery with a new pavilion to host 500 niches for ossaries and cinenary urns.
The new pavilion is different respect the traditional tipology, that is usually made up of a colonnade open on the big central space of the cemetery, in fact the new building is composed by three repeated blocks on the west side of the cemetery.
Image Courtesy © Gianluca Gelmini
- Architects: CN10 architetti
- Project: Cemetery Pavilion
- Location: Dalmine (Bergamo), Italy
- Photography: Gianluca Gelmini
- Client: Municipality of Dalmine
- Dimension: 75 mq
- Project: 2015
- Consruction: 2016
Wednesday, May 17th, 2017
Article source: v2com
The theme designated for the Luxembourg’s pavilion at Dubai EXPO2020 is “Opportunity”. It reflects the history of Luxembourg, its present and future. The proposed pavilion is like the country: small and ambitious, intriguing and reassuring, and above all generous and open.
Exterior view, Image Courtesy © Metaform – Vyonyx
- Architects: Metaform architects
- Project: Luxembourg Pavilion
- Location: Dubai, United Arab Emirates
- Photography: Metaform – Vyonyx
- Client: GIE LUXEMBOURG @ EXPO2020DUBAI
- Scenography: The Space Factory
- Gross floor area: 2100 m²
- Gross volume: 13.900 m³
- Year: 2017-2019
Wednesday, May 3rd, 2017
Article source: Dellekamp Arquitectos
House of Switzerland Pavilion emerges with the celebration of the seventy years of diplomatic relations between Switzerland and Mexico, Dellekamp Arquitectos began to work on the project without a defined program and site, so a modular system was designed based on a triangular grid that allows adaptation to different locations and changing needs of the program, which allowed transformations during the design process. This adaptability feature allows it to be itinerant and a location to multiple sites without damaging the environment.
Image Courtesy © Sandra Pereznieto
- Architects: Dellekamp Arquitectos
- Project: House of Switzerland Alameda Pavilion
- Location: Mexico
- Photography: Sandra Pereznieto
- Team: José Manuel Estrada (Project leader), Alice Seban, Gustavo Hernández, Eduardo Cabral, Benoist
- Construction: Metal y Madera (more…)
Sunday, April 30th, 2017
Article source: FARO architects
A 150 year old farmhouse located in the rural area between the nature areas of the Veluwe and the IJssel river has been renovated and expanded. The newly added pavilion represents modern rural architecture: it’s simple, practical, and eloquent.
Image Courtesy © FARO architects
- Architects: FARO architects
- Project: Pavilion in Oeken (NL)
- Location: Oeken, Netherlands
- Software used: Arkey (more…)
Sunday, April 9th, 2017
Article source: Peter Ruge Architekten
The bamboo pavilion is located in the middle of ‘Freedom park’, which is the central location for the international bamboo festival. It is the place for holding events, performances, exhibitions, and gathering area for the visitors. The bamboo pavilion reflects the abilities of bamboo as a building material. It is designed with a self-supporting structure which lends itself a characteristic form as the landmark for the festival. The pavilion reacts to the environment and is formed as a self-shaded bamboo structure. It also creates a functional community space for holding festival activities, as well providing the primary gathering area for the visitors.
Image Courtesy © Peter Ruge Architekten
- Architects: Peter Ruge Architekten
- Project: The SHADOWMAKER
- Location: Freedom Park in Phnom Penh, Kingdom of Cambodia
- Client: Building Trust International