Archive for the ‘Pavilion’ Category
Tuesday, October 28th, 2014
Article source: NL architects
Young Joon Kim (yo2) is the supervisor of public space of Dongdaemun Plaza in Seoul. He has invited 10 offices to create 3 small kiosks each.
The idea is to eventually construct 30 booths that will provide room for different functions; a series of mini buildings for exhibitions, commercial activities, exchange of information, surveillance, interaction. The stalls range in size from 4, 6 to 9 m2. But what is a kiosk?
Until recently the site was occupied by two large stadiums (for baseball and soccer) that almost touched each other; a surprisingly intimate urban gesture.
Image Courtesy © NL architects
- Architects: NL architects
- Project: Dongdaemun Plaza Kiosk
- Location: Seoul, South Korea
- Coordinator: Young Joon Kim, Pieter Bannenberg, Walter van Dijk, Kamiel Klaasse
- Team: Gen Yamamoto with Jose Ramon Vives and Eke Hoekstra, Laura Riano
- Local architect: SeungSoo Shin, Design Group OZ
Friday, October 24th, 2014
Article source: GARCIAGERMAN ARQUITECTOS
Wanderer’s Lodge is a small pavilion gently placed amongst existing trees in the garden of an extraordinary property in the north of Spain. In its daily use, it overlaps functions of protection, storage, entertaining, dining, barbecues, napping, acting as a small theater, etc. The particular climatic conditions to do with rain and humidity have suggested a lightweight materiality capable of reflecting the closeness of the trees and the existing main house, making itself present through the contrast of a polished and symmetrical piece against its natural backdrop. Designed for a young family of wanderers who travel the world, the pavilion celebrates the dialectic presence of fire and water as means to anchor experience to time and place. Construction elements are prefabricated and assembled on site by two local craftsmen.
Image Courtesy © Jorge López Conde
- Architects: GARCIAGERMAN ARQUITECTOS
- Project: Wanderer’s Lodge
- Location: Santander, Spain
- Photography: Jorge López Conde
- STATUS: Built (2013)
- CLIENT: Private
- TEAM: Marta García Jiménez, Manuel del Río, Rebeka Záhonyi, Andrea Gutierrez, Olga González, Álvaro Sáez, Javier M. Merino (structure)
- BUILDER: Sertimón Cantábrico S.L.
Thursday, October 9th, 2014
Article source: Tetsuo Kondo Architects
In the elegant woods of Kadriorg, we added a path. A path which relies on the forest as it flutters through the woods with over 300 years of age.
Image Courtesy © Tetsuo Kondo Architects
- Architects: Tetsuo Kondo Architects
- Project: A Path in the Forest
- Location: Tallinn, Estonia
- Software used: Vectorworks, photoshop, illustratror
- Design Period: August, 2011 – September, 2011
- Completion Period: September, 2011
- Use: Installation( LIFT11 Urban Installation Festival curated by Margit Aule)
Wednesday, October 8th, 2014
Article source: Gernot Riether
The Underwood Pavilion was featured by The Star Press as Indiana’s new art destination. The traveling pavilion celebrates the qualities and potentials of Indiana’s post-industrial landscape through attracting people to places that are currently not considered public space. The pavilion is the outcome of the Digital Design Build Studio, directed by Gernot Riether and Andrew Wit, both professors at Ball State University. At the time it is located close to Muncie, a 70,000 inhabitants city in central Indiana.
Image Courtesy © Gernot Riether
- Architects: Gernot Riether
- Project: Underwood Pavilion
- Location: Muncie, Indiana, U.S.A.
- Design and Realization: Gernot Riether, Prof. Dipl.-Ing., M.S. Architect, Andrew Wit, Prof. M.S.
- Project Team: Gernot Riether and Andrew Wit with Noor Al-Noori, Andrew Heilman, Chris Hinders, Charles Koers, Huy Nguyen, Nick Peterson, Steven Putt, Ashley Urbanowich
- Supported by: Ball State University
- Community partner: Muncie Makers Lab
- Promotion of art event: The Star Press, Muncie Indiana
- Faculty: Prof. Gernot Riether, Prof. Andrew Wit
- Students: Noor Al-Noori, Andrew Heilman, Chris Hinders, Charles Koers, Huy Nguyen, Nick Peterson, Steven Putt, Ashley Urbanowich
- Grants and support: Ball State University, Department of Architecture, Chair: Prof. Mahesh Daas
Wednesday, October 8th, 2014
Article source: CHYBIK + KRISTOF ASSOCIATED ARCHITECTS
The winning project of an international tender for the Czech Republic‘s pavilion at the World‘s Fair EXPO 2015 in Milan came from a young pair CHYBIK+KRISTOF ASSOCIATED ARCHITECTS. The pavilion is a house and an experience. But its life does not end when the World‘s Fair is over.
The submitter of the competition was the Office of the Commissioner of participation of the Czech Republic at the World‘s fair EXPO. At the end of 2013, the architects Ondrej Chybík and Michal Kristof won with the company KOMA Modular s.r.o., which will carry out the construction.
Image Courtesy © CHYBIK + KRISTOF
- Architects: CHYBIK + KRISTOF ASSOCIATED ARCHITECTS
- Project: Czech pavilion at EXPO 2015
- Location: Milan, Italy
- Team: Ondrej Chybik, Michal Kristof, Krystof Foltyn, Pavel Hruza, Vojtech Kouril, Veronika Mikulkova, Radim Musil
- Partners: Miss3.cz – visualizations
- Status: international public competition, 1st prize
- Client: The Office of the Commissioner of participation of the Czech Republic at EXPO 2015
- Implementation: KOMA Modular s.r.o.
- Program: exhibition pavilion, restaurant, swimming pool
- Size: 3 200 m2
- Year: 2013-15
Tuesday, October 7th, 2014
Article source: Jesus Torres Garcia Architectes Located in the South of Spain, close to the Mediterranean Sea, this small pavilion is surrounded by a remarkable landscape. The construction is defined by the relation between the form in the landscape and the contact of the structure on the field. The structure developed itself as a flower, as a natural fact, subscribing to Oscar Niemeyer’s approach. The whole project has been composed in the concept of “how to build in natural landscape?” and “what is the appropriate “weight” of a construction of this scale?” The non-program pavilion reaches the idea of disappearing in the landscape, attempting to erase the division between the intervention and the area. This concern of integration reaches the point where the landscape generates the architecture itself.
Image Courtesy © Jesus Torres Garcia Architectes
- Architects: Jesus Torres Garcia Architectes
- Project: The NON PROGRAM PAVILION
- Location: Salobreña, Spain
- Software used: Cinema 4D
- Team: Jesús Torres García, Architect Laura González Romero, Architect Alba Márquez Cañas, Student Juan Diego Guarderas García Quantity Surveyor
- Area: 263 m2
- Budget: 283.000 Euros
Thursday, October 2nd, 2014
Article source: MARGEN-LAB
The pavilion was built with the means of CNC machines and other digital fabrication techniques, during the week of the BCN Fab10 (the 10th international congress on digital fabrication, organised by the Fab Lab Network and hosted this year in Barcelona at IAAC – Institute of Advanced Architecture of Catalonia)
Image Courtesy © Adria Goula
- Architects: MARGEN-LAB
- Project: Endesa World Fab Condenser
- Location: Barcelona, Spain
- Photography: Adria Goula
- Architect team: Daniel Ibáñez, Rodrigo Rubio
- Promoted: IAAC
- Supported: ENDESA
Saturday, September 27th, 2014
Article source: ONL [Oosterhuis_Lenard]
The iWeb is a single space building that was originally designed as the pavilion for the province of Noord Holland for the Floriade 2002, the international exhibition of flowers and gardening, held every 10 years in The Netherlands. The iWeb was later redeveloped as laboratory for the Hyperbody Research Group (HRG), Delft University of Technology, faculty of Architecture (TU Delft). The building lost its function after a coffee machine destroyed the faculty of Architecture building in May 2008. In September 2014 ONL [Oosterhuis_Lénárd] (ONL) donated the iWeb building to the public domain by uploading the design and construction datasets to GitHub.
Image Courtesy © ONL [Oosterhuis_Lenard]
- Architects: ONL [Oosterhuis_Lenard]
- Project: The birth and death of the iWeb (2001 – 2014)
- Location: Web of North Holland 2001-2002 – Floriadeterrein Haarlemmermeer, The Netherlands
- Software used: Rhino + AutoCAD and AutoLISP scripts for file2factory production process
- Size: GFA-250 m²
- Materials: Steel structure with a skin of Hylite (aluminium composite panels)
- Building costs: € 500.000
- Exhibition pavillion: Web of North Holland (2001-2002)
- Research laboratory: iWeb 2006-2014 – Delft University of Technology
Saturday, September 20th, 2014
Article source: Urbanus
Every year, citizens of Catalonia commemorate the events of September 11th 1714, a key date in the War of the Spanish Succession that has come to symbolize what Voltaire called “the Barcelonans’ extreme love of freedom.” With this year marking the 300th anniversary of these events, Barcelona Cultura enlisted the Fundació Enric Miralles to curate 7 public installations around the city as part of its Tricentenari BCN program.
Image Courtesy © Urbanus
- Architects: Urbanus
- Project: BCN RE.SET – IDENTITY PAVILION
- Location: PLAZA NOVA, Barcelona
- Photography: Runze Hu，Marcela Grassi，Eugeni Bach & Albert Cabrer，Jaime Font
- Year: 2014
- Design Office: URBANUS
- Design School: La Salle (URL) (more…)
Friday, September 5th, 2014
Article source: michael jantzen
The Solar Rain Tree Oasis is being developed as a public gathering place pavilion for the drought stricken state of California. The ideal location for these large pre-fabricated steel structures is in a public park, but they can also be placed into any public accessible location. All of the structures are designed to support ten large solar cell arrays that collect energy from the sun and convert it into electricity, which is sent into the local power grid. In addition, each of the structures is formed into a circular shape that is capable of collecting rainwater and directing it into storage containers that are buried under the structures.
Image Courtesy © michael jantzen
- Architects: michael jantzen
- Project: the solar rain tree oasis
- Location: California