Archive for the ‘Pavilion’ Category
Sunday, May 26th, 2013
Article source: Arquitectos Ayala
In Venice, right to the entrance of the Giardini is the Spanish pavilion of the Biennial. Without prejudice to more thorough interventions later, the pavilion façade –and the pavilion as a whole for that matter- urgently needed to present an image befitting a country emerging strongly in the heart of Europe.
Image Courtesy Arquitectos Ayala
- Architects: Arquitectos Ayala
- Project: Spanish Pavilion IX Venice Architecture Biennial
- Location: Venice, Italy
Thursday, May 23rd, 2013
Article source: Toni Girones
Information Point And Pavillion Acces To The Natural And Archeological Site Of “Els Turons De Les Tres Creus” (Montmeló-Montornés Del Vallés / Bcn) 2008-2012
In the natural setting of “Turons de les Tres Creus” , surrounded by a highly fragmented metropolitan area and linked to the archaeological site of “ Can Tacó “, arises the need to project some places previous an area with a great natural and archaeological interests. Give value set conditions, report the high heritage value of the site, and understand the genuineness of the mountain as a structural element of biodiversity in a highly fragmented and anthropized by man, are the main aims of this proposal.
Image Courtesy © Toni Gironès
- Architects: Toni Girones
- Project: Access Pavillion in “Els Turons de Les Tres Creus”
- Location: Montornès Del Vallès, Barcelona, Spain
- Photography: Aitor Estévez, Toni Gironès
- Architect In Charge: Toni Gironès Saderra
- Area: 200 sqm
- Year: 2012
- Collaborator: Dani Rebugent
- Technical Architect: Brufau I Cusó S.L.P.
- Structural Engineer: Boma Inpasa S.L.P.
- Archeologist: Josep Guitart, Montse Tenas
- Excavation Director: Gemma Garcia y Esther Rodrigo
- Restoration: Crat S.C.P. (Débora Iglesias y Imma Rueda)
- Natural Media: Naturalea
- Promotor: Ayuntamientos De Montmeló y Montornès Del Vallès
- Execution: Icac, Institut Català D’arqueologia Clàssica
- Construction Company: Moix Serveis I Obres S.L.
- Construction Manager: José Antonio Álvarez
- Budget: 28.893 € (Edification) / 14.980 € (Pavillions)
Saturday, May 18th, 2013
Article source: Archinature Workshop
The project has a very unique characteristic due its location. It is next to the Sports Palace, an arena frequently used for concerts, and the Velodromo Subway Station. Now the link between both spots is broken due a lack of pedestrian walkways, on the other hand there a high demand for parking space that is not satisfied by the parking offered by the Sport Palace.
Image courtesy Archinature Workshop
- Architects: Archinature Workshop
- Project: Pabellón de los Deportes
- Location: Mexico City, Mexico
- Software used: Archicad, Artlantis, Photoshop
Tuesday, May 14th, 2013
Article source: Oyler Wu Collaborative
Designed and built by the office of Oyler Wu Collaborative along with students of the Southern California Institute of Architecture, Stormcloud is the third project in a series of installations designed for SCI-ARC. The previous two installations, Netscape and Centerstage were designed for the school’s graduation ceremonies in 2011 and 2012 respectively. With SCI-Arc celebrating its 40th anniversary, the school commissioned the new pavilion for the after-party of its April 2013 gala.
Image courtesy Oyler Wu Collaborative
- Architects: Oyler Wu Collaborative
- Project: ‘Stormcloud’ Installation
- Location: SCI-Arc, Los Angeles, California, USA
- Photography: Scott Mayoral, Art Gray, Clifford Ho, Dwayne Oyler
- Video Production: Luisa Martinez, Mike Piscitello, Patrice Chang, Adam Fujioka, Dwayne Oyler, Jenny Wu
- Project Design and Fabrication Team (Oyler Wu Collaborative): Dwayne Oyler,Jenny Wu, Mike Piscitello,HuyLe, Sanjay Sukie
- Project Fabrication and Documentation Team (SCI-Arc): Sandra Reyes, Justin Tan, Jennie Sun, Dan Lu, Daniel Lee, Helena Yun, Noni Pettinger, Jonathan Bruen, Jocelyn Basseporte, Justin Kim, Vaishail Shah, Adam Fujioka, Arnold Kim, Melody Javahevian, Jacky Huang, Patrice Chang, Cody Miner, Shawn Rassekh, Bailey Shugart, Ryan Roark, Chuck Diep, Jennifer Diep, Cathy Qu, Elliott Freeman, Matt Pugh, Deysi Blanco, Stephen Rafferty
- Structural Engineering: Nous Engineering,Matt Melnyk
- Video: https://vimeo.com/65188712
Saturday, May 11th, 2013
Article source: Anna Dobek + Mateusz Wojcicki
Custore is an experimental project of exhibition pavilion that explores the areas of parametric architecture, used for the commercial market. In this project we had to deal not only with the aesthetic issues of computer-generated sculptural forms, but also with practical problems associated with the execution of the project inside a commercial building, and – most importantly – with the real clash of artistic forms and commercial market guidelines.
Image courtesy Paulina Sasinowska, Anna Dobek, Mateusz Wojcicki
- Architects: Anna Dobek + Mateusz Wojcicki
- Project: Custore Pavilion
- Location: Złote Tarasy shopping centre , Warsaw, Poland
- Photography: Paulina Sasinowska (smileupyourself), Anna Dobek, Mateusz Wojcicki
- Client: Circus Digitalis
- Visualizations: Anna Dobek, Mateusz Wojcicki
- Year of project/construction: 2012/2013
- Area: 19.8 m2
- Software used: Rhino 4 + Grasshopper + AutoCAD
Saturday, May 11th, 2013
Article source: MenoMenoPiu Architects + BE.ST Architect
Our proposal for the Italian Pavilion at the Milan 2015 Expo is a light cage where the technical innovation is embedded within the structure: revolutionary glass columns sustain traditional slabs clad in marble. The building is simple and elegant in its structural system. Marble and glass are intertwined expressing the Italian architectural tradition of proportion and elegance.
Nature makes its way through the thin marble: tress are allowed to grow tall through holes in the slabs, recalling the central role of nature in a healthy feeding culture. These holes let the light from above reach the ground level where the covered plaza stands. The latter is trimmed by a thin water layer which creates small “islands” and a mirror-like surface. Water and shadow cool down the temperature of the plaza so offering a shelter from the sunny space before the circular pond at the end of the Cardo.
Image courtesy MenoMenoPiu Architects + BE.ST Architect
- Architects: MenoMenoPiu Architects + BE.ST Architect
- Project: The Slabs – Italian Pavilion Expo 2015
- Location: Milan, Italy
- Project Team: MenoMenoPiu Architects – Rocco Valantines, Mario Emanuele Salini, Marco Lavit Nicora, Paolo Carignano, Alessandro Balducci
- Project Team: BE.ST Architect – Stefano Belingardi Clusoni
- Software used:
Rendering 3ds max
Post Production Photoshop
Thursday, April 25th, 2013
Article source: Andrea Maffei Architects
The competition rules required to design five buildings aligned along the Cardo that characterizes the entire masterplan EXPO 2015 until a large circular water lake. They consist in four two-storey linear buildings that contain various exhibition spaces, market and restaurant and the Italian Pavilion itself. This had to be develop in a square area of 57.5 meters side and a maximum height of 25 meters. The Palace was supposed to represent a symbolic message of representation of the beautiful country and we wanted to develop it according to the following concepts.
Image courtesy Andrea Maffei Architects
- Architects: Andrea Maffei Architects
- Project: Italian Pavillion EXPO 2015
- Location: Milan, Italy
- Program: Pavilion for exhibition
- Client: EXPO 2015 S.p.A.
- Competition time: Dec. 2012 – Feb. 2013
- Design team: Takeshi Miura, Alessandra De Stefani, Stefano Bergagna, Takatoshi Oki, Roberto Balduzzi / Andrea Maffei Architects s.r.l. Milano
- Structure: Alberto Ferrari, Steve Alemanno / Ramboll Ltd.
- Facade: Nicoletta Bacchin / Ramboll Ltd.
- Mep plants: Giancarlo Tanzi / Techproject srl
- Firefighting: Maria Elena Perrotta, Giancarlo Tanzi / Techproject srl
- Cost control: Techproject srl
- Security coordination: Techproject srl
- Construction program: Techproject srl
- Net area: 10,146.6 smq.
- Gross area: 12,758.4 smq.
- Maximum height: 25 m
- Materials: concrete, steel, glass, wood
Friday, April 12th, 2013
Article source: H&P Architects
Vietnam is one of the wet rice civilization’s cradles – the civilization that based on the cultivation on the terraces field to take shape. The wet rice civilization played the role of forming the community’s settlement and settled agriculture and immaterial culture achievement, which is the neighborhood culture.
Image Courtesy H&P Architects
- Architects: H&P Architects
- Project: Pavilion of Dream Terraces
- Location: Milano, Italia
- Architect In Charge: Doan Thanh Ha & Tran Ngoc Phuong
- Team: Nguyen Thi Hoang, Nguyen Hai Hue, Chu Kim Thinh
- Area : 20m X 44,33m
- Total Floor Area: 450 sqm
- Building Height: 12m
- Completion date: Mar. 2013
- Status: Competition
Tuesday, March 26th, 2013
Article source: Meta- Studio
Weaving In-Tension (WIT) Pavilion is a multi-functional temporary pavilion that is a modular which concentrates on customizable space. The design intent by Meta- Studio is not only to create various purposes of space but as well to reflect the theatre performing motion and spirit to the pavilion. The facade of WIT is inspired by the dancing or performance motion captured in time, representing the abstract act and movement of the performance of the theatre.
Image Courtesy Meta- Studio
- Architects: Meta- Studio
- Project: Weaving In-Tension (WIT) Pavilion
- Location: Warsaw, Poland
- Area: 156m2
- Status: Operalab Competition Entry
- Project team: Jaenes Bong, Jonathan Alotto
- Year: 2012
Thursday, February 21st, 2013
Article source: Platform 5 Architects
‘Shoffice’ (shed + office) is a garden pavilion containing a small office alongside garden storage space located to the rear of a1950’s terraced house in St John’s Wood. The brief required the shoffice to be conceived of as a sculptural object that flowed into the garden space.
Image Courtesy © Alan Williams Photography
- Architects: Platform 5 Architects
- Project: Shoffice
- Location: St. John’s Wood, Westminster, London, UK
- Photography: Alan Williams Photography
- Structural Engineer: Morph Structures
- Contractor: Millimetre