Archive for the ‘Pavilion’ Category
Friday, October 23rd, 2015
Article source: Bossley Architects
On an island in the Bay of Islands, four separate buildings discretely occupy an east-facing bay. The houses are light pavilions which promote the concept of ‘roof’ as the predominant element of shelter. The monopitch roofs float above and beyond the spaces, supported on exo-skeletal structures beautifully detailed in wood. Exterior walls are taut joinery frames, offering minimal interruption between inside and out. The boat shed is totally underground, to reduce visual built form in the bay, with the guesthouse above.
Image Courtesy © Patrick Reynolds
- Architects: Bossley Architects
- Project: Island Complex
- Location: Paihia, New Zealand
- Photography: Patrick Reynolds
- NZIA Regional Award 2000
- Tasman Small Practice Award 1999
- NZIA Northern Regional Award for Architecture 1999
- NZ Home and Building/Citroen ‘Home of the Year’ 1998
- NZIA Branch Award for Architecture 1998
- NZIA 10 Best Buildings Award 1997
Tuesday, September 22nd, 2015
Article source: Jantzen studio
The Folding Landscape Pavilion is an interactive merging of architect and photography. It consists of ten prefabricated photo laminated panels that can be folded out from a simple prefabricated rectangular steel support frame into many different combinations. Each of the panels is hinged to the support frame; they are also divided in half diagonally, and hinged back together, so that the original rectangular space can be altered in completely unexpected ways.
Image Courtesy © Jantzen studio
Tuesday, September 22nd, 2015
Article source: CHYBIK+KRISTOF ARCHITECTS & URBAN DESIGNERS
Through the end of October, the Czech Republic, along with over 150 other counties of the world, is participating in the Expo 2015 in the northern Italian metropolis of Milan. Expo, far beyond being a venue to showcase progress and the latest discoveries in science and technology, also aims to contribute to solving current global problems and to strengthen international cooperation. The motto of the Milan Expo is: “Feeding the Planet, Energy for Life”, referring to the need for balanced securing of quality sources of food and potable water for everyone on the planet. The Czech Republic chose water as the central theme of its exposition, since in the European Water Charter of 1968 it is stated that “water is indispensable to all forms of life” and its preservation “is the joint responsibility of states and all users”.
Image Courtesy © Simon Oberhofer
- Architects: CHYBIK+KRISTOF ARCHITECTS & URBAN DESIGNERS
- Project: Czech Pavilion at EXPO 2015
- Location: Milan, Italy
- Photography: Simon Oberhofer, Lukas Pelech, Pavel Bartak
- Client: The Office of the Commissioner of participation of the Czech Republic at EXPO 2015
- Implementation: KOMA Modular s.r.o.
- Team: Ondrej Chybik, Michal Kristof, Krystof Foltyn, Pavel Hruza, Martin Kos, Vojtech Kouril, Veronika Mikulkova, Radim Musil
- Status: international public competition, 1st prize, completed
- Size: 3 200 m2
- Year: 2013-15
Wednesday, September 9th, 2015
Article source: jantzen studio
The Broken Sky Pavilion (Merging Photography and architecture) is a small, prefabricated, modular, re locatable retreat structure that merges photography and architecture. Ten large steel triangular panels are covered with photo images of a clouded sky. Each of these panels is connected with hinges on one side to an eight foot square steel tube frame.
Image Courtesy © jantzen studio
Friday, September 4th, 2015
Article source: 2pm Architekci
The idea behind the project for the Polish Pavilion at EXPO 2015 in Milan refers to Polish orchards and horticulture, very significant to the Polish landscape and economy. It is being realized through the use of a motif of a wooden apple box, normally used in shipment as a packaging for fruits and vegetables.
Image Courtesy © 2pm Architekci
- Architects: 2pm Architekci
- Project: Polish Pavilion EXPO Milan 2015
- Location: Milan, Italy
- Project: 2014
- Execution: 2015
Investor: Polish Information and Foreign Investment Agency, Polish Agency for Enterprise Development
- Team: 2pm Architekci: Piotr Musialowski, Michal Adamczyk, Stanisław Ignaciuk, Michal Lenczewski
- Cooperation: Piotr Bylka, Paulina Pankiewicz
Sunday, August 23rd, 2015
Article source: PROJECT ELEVEN ARCHITECTURAL BUREAU
The Infobox information pavilion at the parkMuzeon is a compact temporary structure consisting of a dark looming sculptural mass with large white lettering on its high facade.The unusually acute angle of the roof slope, along with the diminutive size of the building serve to emphasise its dominant wall – the main facade.The pavilion is austere, unexpected and robust.Yet it is also unassuming:metal framed, finished with various types of panelling. Laminated moisture-resistant veneers that are more usually used as shuttering in the fabrication of concrete block structures have been employed, and the interior is birch wood ply, painted grey.
Image Courtesy © Ilia Ivanov
- Architects: PROJECT ELEVEN ARCHITECTURAL BUREAU
- Project: Infobox
- Location: Russia, Moscow, Krymsky Val 2,Muzeonpark of arts
- Photography: Ilia Ivanov
- Architects In Charge: Igor Chirkin, Aleksey Podkidyshev
- Landscape and masterplan: Asse architects
- Area: 30 sqm
- Year: 2013
Thursday, August 6th, 2015
Article source: Nothing studio
On May 14, in the presence of the Minister of Agriculture, Food and Forestry Maurizio Martina, the sole commissioner of Expo 2015 Giuseppe Sala, President of CONAF Andrea Sisti, the World President of agronomists Maria Cruz Diaz Alvarez and designer architect Enzo Eusebi, the pavilion of the world agronomists the “Global farm 2.0, openend. Fully sustainable and carbon free, the pavillion is entrely built in re used and ecological materials.
Image Courtesy © re.publique Comunicazione d’Architettura
Sunday, August 2nd, 2015
Article source: BudCud
This year’s anniversary 25th Jewish Culture Festival in Cracow celebrates Kazimierz – Jewish quarter of Cracow, as well as other Jewish districts from around the world. Following the theme, BudCud designed a temporary public space in one of a few empty squares in the district.
Image Courtesy © BudCud
- Architects: BudCud
- Project: The Quarter for the 25th Jewish Culture Festival
- Location: CRACOW, POLAND
- Photography: Haim Yafim Barbalat
- Software used: AutoCad, Adobe Creative Suite, Rhino, Vray
- BUDCUD Team: MATEUSZ ADAMCZYK, AGATA WOŹNICZKA
- Client: JEWISH CULTURE FESTIVAL IN CRACOW
- Program: PAVILION, PUBLIC SPACE
- Area: 150 m2
- Status: COMPLETED
- Year: 2015
Saturday, August 1st, 2015
Article source: Argot ou La Maison Mobile
On the occasion of Expo2015, Save the Children Italia Onlus presents a Pavilion that could be better defined as a proper “village”, a domestic and welcoming environment which designs the space of an ideal place of the world where the Ong usually operates.
A sequence of rooms without walls and barriers but in conversation with the surroundings and the other pavillions.
Image Courtesy © Delfino Sisto Legnani
- Architects: Argot ou La Maison Mobile, Luca Astorri, Riccardo Balzarotti, Rossella Locatelli Matteo Poli
- Project: Villaggio Save The Children
- Location: Milan, Expo 2015, Italy
- Photography: Delfino Sisto Legnani, Marco Menghi
- Software used: Autocad and Maquette
- Pavilion Design Team: Caterina Battolla, Hiroyuki Kakiuchi, Riccardo Radaelli, Eleonora Schiavi, Ayaka Suzuki
- Design-Build Workshop: Argot ou La Maison Mobile – Mezzo Atelier (Giacomo Mezzadri), with Martina, Alessandra, Giulia (Politecnico di Milano), Hesham, Gasem, Bashir, Afrim, Giulio, Emiljano, Egli, Andi
- Landscape Project: Melania Bugiani
- Producer / Art Direction: Accapiù S.r.l.
- Facade by ourselves in scale 1:1
- Special Thanks: Endrio and Delta-T team, for sharing the tools and good time Dario Lisci and Albiati S.r.l, for all the plants and support Marco Imperadori for the good advice.
Wednesday, July 29th, 2015
Article source: Michael jantzen studio
The Malleable Space Pavilion is an experimental interactive structure made from a system of components that allow for a wide variety of spacial configurations that range from symmetrical simplicity, to chaotic complexity. The pavilion consists of 192 white colored horizontal elements that are held into place by two gray vertical support columns. Each support column contains 96 of the elements, and each is held into place separated from the others on tracks, which allow all of them to be easily moved back and forth.
Image Courtesy © Michael jantzen studio