Archive for the ‘Pavilion’ Category
Saturday, March 14th, 2015
Article source: KleurInKleur interieur&architectuur
Entering the pavilion you will experience the sky and its components in a particular way, as if you’re in the middle off it.
The pavilion consists of 2 triangular shapes placed on their point and open to the sky. Connected they stay in balance and you get a same triangular entrance between them.The entrance is accentuated by a canopy.
Image Courtesy © KleurInKleur interieur&architectuur
- Architects: KleurInKleur interieur&architectuur
- Project: “Walking in the sky”
- Location: Museum Gardens, London
- Registration Number: 1000002564
- Name: ArchTriumph Competition
- Site Use – Site Area (m²): 36m2 – ca.10520 m2
- Building Area (m²): 36 m2
- Gross Floor Area (m²): 15,4 m2
- Building Coverage Ratio (%): 0.34%
- Gross Floor Ratio (%): 0.15%
- Maximum Height (m²): 2,8 m’
Saturday, March 7th, 2015
Article source: Marks Barfield Architects
Marks Barfield Architect’s Gateway Pavilions are the first completed project in Knight Dragon’s ambitious and evolving vision for the Greenwich Peninsula. They mark a statement of intent, signalling the quality and character of the place they intend the Peninsula to become.
Image Courtesy © Marks Barfield Architects
Wednesday, March 4th, 2015
Article source: STUDIO TWENTY SEVEN ARCHITECTURE
In 2012, Union Station became the new central location for intercity bus travel in Washington DC. The new bus transit center is located in the parking garage, removed from the facilities and amenities of the majestic Beaux Arts masterpiece next door. Studio Twenty Seven Architecture was asked to design a solution that would provide amenities to the bus traveler without requiring them to leave the bus deck.
Image Courtesy © STUDIO TWENTY SEVEN ARCHITECTURE
Wednesday, February 11th, 2015
Article source: Martin Rajniš
Cupolas are an experimental project to verify the structural possibilities of the cupola and methods of enveloping it. The saga began in the summer of 2011, when we built the first cupola in the meadows at Maxov. It is a variation on the tried-and-tested hollow stack system, only the components are joined with screws. It is beautiful. Cross-country skiers ran through it in winter. We decided to give it a dress of ice. Frozen water created beautiful shapes on the thin latticework, and so the first envelope version saw the light of day.
Image Courtesy © Tomáš Kosnar
- Architects: Huť architektury Martin Rajniš – Martin Rajniš, David Kubík, Martin Kloda and Archwerk, Tomáš Kosnar, Nela Gottvaldová, Luboš Loibl, Tom Foltýn, and others
- Project: Cupolas
- Photography: Tomáš Kosnar, David Kubik, Jakub Holas
- Project Date: 2011
Tuesday, February 3rd, 2015
Article source: MLMR architects
The project is a small marquee designed to improve the pedestrian access to an underground parking, located in the Plaza San Juan Bosco, in Pamplona. Originally, the access was exposed, and consisted of stairs accompanied by old metal railings. The commission, therefore, consisted on covering such stairs; and the execution budget was very small.
Image Courtesy © Víctor Larripa Artieda, Javier Martín Pascual
- Architects: MLMR architects
- Project: Marquee at San Juan Bosco Square
- Location: Plaza San Juan Bosco. Pamplona,Spain
- Photography: Víctor Larripa Artieda, Javier Martín Pascual
- Software used: Autocad and SketchUP
- Architects in charge: Javier Martín, Víctor Larripa, Javier Martínez, Daniel Ruiz de Gordejuela
- Construction company: The architects managed the different guilds in the construction
- Masonry: SCS construcciones
- Metalwork: Metaldeco S.L.
- Glasswork: Cristalería San Francisco.
- Illumination: Biled Iluminación
- Paintwork: Pinturas Galán
- Area m2: 16,65 m2 (Plan projection)
- Date: 2014
Wednesday, January 28th, 2015
Article source: Nowadays
The Microsoft Technology Pavilion was designed by architectural firm Nowadays for the 2014 Winter Olympic games, held in Sochi. Standard rectangular plots 25×30 meters were given to sponsors of the Games in the Olympic park. One of the main requirements of the Olympic Committee was to locate a single volume on the site. But the clients wanted to create a public space where visitors could meet between competitions. So architects decided to rethink the proposed layout of a single building in the center of the site and distributed all the functions around the perimeter. It gave the opportunity to create a multilevel courtyard, saturated with various activities.
Image Courtesy © Ilya Ivanov
- Architects: Nowadays
- Project: Microsoft Technology Pavilion
- Location: Olympic Park, Sochi, Russian Federation
- Software used: SketchUp and Autocad
- Photography: Ilya Ivanov
- Year: 2014
- Design Team: Anna Ivyanskaya, Natalya Mastalerzh, Nata Tatunashvili
Tuesday, January 27th, 2015
Article source: Department of ARCHITECTURE
The project intent is to provide an architecture that triggers various uses and accommodates multiple activities as a multipurpose pavilion suitable for the community and the location.
Image Courtesy © W Workspace & Tra Chang, SCG
- Architects: Department of ARCHITECTURE
- Project: ‘The Flow’ – A Multipurpose Pavilion
- Photography: W Workspace & Tra Chang, SCG
- Software used: Rhino, Grasshopper in design process, and 3dmax for presentation
- Project Completion: October 2014
- Benefactor: Tra Chang, SCG
- Owner: Saensuk Municipality
- Principals: Twitee Vajrabhaya Teparkum, Amata Luphaiboon
- Design Team: Kritbodee Chaicharoen, Witthawat Prabhasawat
- Lighting Designer: Accent Studio
- Structural Engineer: Paisan Pontpai
Saturday, January 24th, 2015
Article source: michael jantzen studio
How can a unique access to a place be used as a way in which to design new and unexpected forms of art and architecture? This is the question I asked myself before I made a new series of functional art structures.
They were all designed in an attempt to offer very unique sculptural places, themed around the idea of an unusual access to an enclosed, or partially enclosed portion of the pavilion.
Image Courtesy © michael jantzen studio
Thursday, January 15th, 2015
Article source: BUREAU A
The Spirulina Fountain displaces the culture of landscape architecture and gardening towards contemporary issues of land and urban farming in restrained areas. The fountain constitutes a hybrid, fusing the production basins of the intense blue-green algae with contemplative Italian gardens of the 16th century. More specifically, the form and dimensions of the fountain quotes the water cascades of the Villa Aldobrandini built in 1550 in Frascati, 20 km southeast of Rome.
Image Courtesy © Dylan Perrenoud
- Architects: BUREAU A
- Project: SPIRULINE FOUNTAIN
- Location: Parc des Evaux, Confignon, Geneva, Switzerland
- Photography: Dylan Perrenoud
- Construction work: Professional construction training center (CFPC), Ivan Denkinger, Luc Tissot, and students from atelier AFP (carpentry)
- Plants (English/Latin): Spirulina – Arthrospira platensis
Thursday, January 15th, 2015
Article source: Hacin + Associates
District Hall, the world’s first freestanding public innovation center in Boston. Designed by Hacin + Associates, the single story 12,000 SF pavilion is located in the heart of Boston’s Innovation District, the historically industrial South Boston waterfront now being transformed into an urban environment dedicated to fostering innovation, collaboration, and entrepreneurship. District Hall will serve as an anchor for this emerging district, conceived as a place for the innovation community to meet, exchange ideas, and host business and social events.
Image Courtesy © Gustav Hoiland
- Architects: Hacin + Associates
- Project: District Hall
- Location: 75 Northern Avenue, Boston, Massachusetts, USA.
- Software used: AutoCAD, Sketchup, Photoshop, Illustrator, and Kerkythea
- Photography: Gustav Hoiland
- Size: 12,000 SF, including a 4000 SF Restaurant
- Cost: $6 million [Base building: $4.7 million, Interior fit-out: $1.3 million]