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Webb Chapel Park Pavilion in Dallas, Texas by Cooper Joseph Studio

Sunday, January 13th, 2013

Article source: Cooper Joseph Studio

In Dallas, Texas, the Department of Parks and Recreation is working to replace several decaying, minimal 1960s shelters in the surrounding metropolitan public parks. Sandwiched between a community soccer field and playground, this simple pavilion embraces a passive, natural cooling system that becomes one with the spatial design.

Image Courtesy Cooper Joseph Studio

Hall Rowers Moto Guzzi in Province of Lecco, Italy by Act Romegialli Studio Di Architettura

Saturday, January 12th, 2013

Article source: Act Romegialli Studio Di Architettura

The volume is distributed in two separate pavilions, adjacent but with slightly staggered locations  for breaking its total volume.The shape of the buildings is typical of simple construction with a pitched roof, the archetype of the “house.” It’s composed by n.1 deposit for rowing boats n.1 training-room and n.1 multifunctional room.

Image Courtesy Marcello Mariana

  • Architects: Act Romegialli Studio Di Architettura
  • Project: Hall Rowers Moto Guzzi
  • Location: Mandello del Lario, Province of Lecco, Italy
  • Typology: Pavillion for sport activities
  • Design Team: act_romegialli, Gianmatteo Romegialli, Angela Maria Romegialli, Erika Gaggia architects
  • Client: Mandello del  Lario Town Council
  • Area: 330+190 mq
  • Charge: 2010
  • Completion of work: 2011
  • Costs: euro 380.059,48
  • Photo: Marcello Mariana
  • Software used: Vectorworks

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League of Shadows in Los Angeles, CA by P-A-T-T-E-R-N-S

Friday, December 14th, 2012

Article source: P-A-T-T-E-R-N-S

Not a Pavilion

Our proposal aims to fully exploit what we recognize as the most fundamental aspect underlying the project: the temporal use of the pavilion as a large outdoor event space. Due to its lack of programming, The conventional graduation pavilion suffers immediately after its purpose has been met, transforming from a place of spectacle to an abandoned vessel. If another pavilion is to be built, the scale of the project demands that it should not exist for a single usage, rather, it should become an icon that attracts public events from the surrounding community. We believe that if executed correctly, the pavilion could potentially activate a node within the downtown area.

Image Courtesy P-A-T-T-E-R-N-S

  • Architects: P-A-T-T-E-R-N-S
  • Project: League of Shadows
  • Location: Los Angeles, CA
  • Program: SCI-Arc Graduation and Public Event Pavilion
  • Client: Southern California Institute of Architecture (SCI-Arc)
  • Status: Competition
  • Dates: August 2012 – June 2013
  • Team: Marcelo Spina, Georgina Huljich, Matthew Kendall, Daniele Profeta, Elias Arkin, Viola Ago, Mike Wang
  • Engineer: Matthew Melnyk: Nous Engineering

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Upcycling Pavilion in Mexico City by BNKR Arquitectura

Wednesday, November 28th, 2012

Article source: BNKR Arquitectura

Expo CIHAC is the biggest annual architecture and construction exhibition in Latin America. Like many other exhibitions, it creates large-scale contamination due to the excess waste it generates. Almost all the pavilions of the different brands and products related to the architecture and construction industry, end up in the trash. Deeply concerned by this, we approached the exhibition principals with the proposal of creating a low cost – zero waste sustainable pavilion that could set an example for future exhibitions.

Image Courtesy Sebastian Suarez

  • Architects: BNKR Arquitectura
  • Project: Upcycling Pavilion
  • Location: Expo CIHAC, Mexico City, Mexico
  • Design: Esteban Suarez / BNKR Arquitectura
  • In collaboration with: Fermin Espinosa / Factor Eficiencia
  • Project Leader: EmelioBarjau
  • Project Team: EmelioBarjau, Sebastian Suarez, MarcellIbarrola, Christian Morales, Montserrat Escobar& Jorge Alcantara
  • Environmental Advisor: Juan Casillas
  • Sponsor: Coca Cola / FEMSA
  • Photography: Sebastian Suarez
  • Area: 300m2
  • Status: Built
  • Software used:  Autocad and 3DS Max

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100% Terschelling in The Netherlands by Studio Elmo Vermijs

Saturday, November 17th, 2012

Article source: Elmo Vermijs

On June 15th 2012, during the opening of Oerol Festival on the island Terschelling in the north part of the Netherlands, The Pavilion was officially opened. A Pavilion by Studio Elmo Vermijs and Arie van Ziel developed from waste materials and knowledge on the island of Terschelling. A platform for debates, discussions, lectures, presentations and musical interludes. In short, a place where “the word” can be conducted.

Image Courtesy © Gemma of Linden

  • Architects: Studio Elmo Vermijs
  • Project: 100% Terschelling
  • Location: Terschelling, The Netherlands
  • Photography: Gemma of Linden
  • Year: 2012
  • Materials: beach-pavilion rafters, tent groundsheets, discarded fat, pine-cutting residues, combers deal-wood, metal water tanks, jerrycans, fishingnets etc.
  • Dimensions: 1200cm x 1200cm x 550cm
  • Design: Elmo Vermijs and Arie van Ziel
  • Engineer: Gert Jan Roelofsen
  • Technical drawing: Frank Feder
  • Realization: various local parties
  • Graphic Designer: Casper Glorius

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Pavilion 2012 in Shoham, Israel by Pitsou Kedem Architects

Wednesday, November 7th, 2012

Article source: Pitsou Kedem Architects

A structure used by a real estate company as a sales office for residential tower they are building.  The project examines the line between architecture, marketing and consumption.

Image Courtesy Pitsou Kedem Architects

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Water Pavilion Siegen in Germany by Ian Shaw Architekten

Thursday, November 1st, 2012

Article source: Ian Shaw Architekten

The pavilion’s dramatic planar form articulates an assured, yet subtle compression of space, framing views of the lake and the local topography. The building’s tectonic rigour is palpable, its seemingly gravity defying configuration enabling the floor plate and ceiling to cantilever some 6m beyond the lakeshore.

Image Courtesy Felix Krumbholz

  • Architects: Ian Shaw Architekten
  • Project: Water Pavilion Siegen
  • Location: Siegen, Germany
  • Photography: Felix Krumbholz

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Pavillon Alexandre Vachon in Québec, Canada by STGM Architectes

Sunday, October 7th, 2012

Article source: STGM Architectes

Laval University’s science building, the Pavillon Alexandre-Vachon, was inaugurated in 1962. After fifty years of use without any significant work done to it, the 45,000 m2 building was in need of a major facelift and complete overhaul. Designed by architect Lucien Mainguy, an important figure in Quebec’s modernist movement, the pavilion is protected by the CAMEO, a university committee that among other things is mandated to protect and maintain Laval University’s architectural heritage. A $90 million phased renovation project was put forward by the university, starting with an initial $18 million investment.

Image Courtesy Stéphane Groleau

  • Architects: STGM Architectes
  • Project: Pavillon Alexandre Vachon
  • Location: Québec City, Québec, Canada
  • Client: Laval University
  • Budget: 90M$
  • Project Year: 2012
  • Photographs: Stéphane Groleau

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Daeyang Gallery and House in Seoul, Korea by Steven Holl Architects

Friday, September 28th, 2012

Article source: Steven Holl Architects

The private gallery and house is sited in the hills of the Kangbuk section of Seoul, Korea. The project was designed as an experiment parallel to a research studio on “the architectonics of music”. The basic geometry of the building is inspired by a 1967 sketch for a music score by the composer Istvan Anhalt, “Symphony of Modules,” which was discovered in a book by John Cage titled “Notations.”
Three pavilions; one for entry, one residence, and one event space, appear to push upward from a continuous gallery level below. A sheet of water establishes the plane of reference from above and below.

Image Courtesy © Iwan Baan and Inho Lee - Erae

  • Architects: Steven Holl Architects
  • Project: Daeyang Gallery and House
  • Location: Kangbuk, Seoul, Korea
  • Photography: Iwan Baan and Inho Lee – Erae
  • Project Completion Date: May 2012

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North Carolina Museum of Art Sculpture Park Pavilion in Raleigh by Tonic Design + Tonic Construction

Thursday, September 27th, 2012

Article source: Tonic Design + Tonic Construction

The pavilion is an outdoor classroom and component of the North Carolina Museum of Art’s Sculpture Park. The structure is wrapped in varying widths of horizontal, perforated metal bands, which offer experiences that change with the seasons, the light, and the vantage point of the viewer .The pavilion’s metallic “skin” reflects its natural surroundings by taking on the colors of the grass and sky or, at times, completely disappearing into a moire pattern of light and shadow.

Image Courtesy © Jim West, Jim West Productions

  • Architects: Tonic Design + Tonic Construction
  • Project: North Carolina Museum of Art Sculpture Park Pavilion
  • Location: Raleigh, North Carolina
  • Architect: Tonic Design
  • Builder: Tonic Construction
  • Photography: Jim West, Jim West Productions

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