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Twin Tree Pavilion in Suzhou, China by Atelier Archmixing

Thursday, May 24th, 2012

Article source: Atelier Archmixing

Twin Trees Pavilion by Atelier Archmixing  Shanghai based Atelier Archmixing has recently changed a former pigpen into a cozy pavilion in a small traditional town located in Yangtze Delta area. It is a supplement for two traditional style residences, providing an extra place for meeting and recreation, just nearby a hill planted with orange trees.  Two big trees, a 20-year-old neem and a 15-year-old orange dominate the site and lend inspiration to the design as well as the name.

Image Courtesy TANG Yu

  • Architects: Atelier Archmixing
  • Project: Twin Tree Pavilion
  • Location: Suzhou, Jiangsu Province, China
  • Program: meeting and recreation
  • Gross Floor Area: 56 sqm
  • Design/Completion: 2012
  • Client: ZHANG Hong
  • Design Team: ZHUANG Shen, TIAN Danni
  • Main Contractor: WANG Zikui
  • Photographer: TANG Yu
  • Software used: Sketchup and AutoCAD

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Shadow Pavilion in Shanghai, China (designed using Bentley’s Generative Components (GC), Rhino, & 3d max)

Thursday, May 17th, 2012

Article source: Bleds-Design

The expo pavilion is a complex problem of displaying the future of technology, culture, and life with today’s capabilities. To take a look forward and to examine not only what is on display but the aperture that holds that promise of a better city, better life.  In the long tradition of Expo innovations, the Shadow Pavilion pushes today’s ideas of formation and structure to the next step; by looking at complex organizations and the integration of the two ideas.

Model Image Looking East

  • Architects: Jared Bledsoe & Simon Lee
  • Project: Shadow Pavilion Shanghai Expo 2010
  • Location: Shanghai, China
  • Project Team: Jared Bledsoe & Simon Lee
  • Project Date: 2008
  • Software used: Bentley’s Generative Components (GC), Rhino, & 3d max

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Sky Light Pavilion by Nimbu

Saturday, May 12th, 2012

Article source: Nimbu

The conception of an architecture pavilion that is universal, timeless and spaceless shouldn’t be connected with the idea of conceiving a meaningless construction. Instead, an architecture pavilion that intent to be contemporary should be a construction that pursuit the architecture itself. Finnish architect Juhani Pallasmaa says that the renewal of an art, whatever it may be, means rediscovering its deepest essence, and that architecture is a direct expression of the existence, of the human presence in the world.

Perspective section

  • Architects: Nimbu
  • Project: Sky Light Pavilion
  • Location: no location set
  • Design team: Nimbu (Diego Fagundes, Erica Mattos, Paula Franchi and Romullo Baratto)
  • Prize: Third Prize
  • Use: Pavilion
  • Client: Architecture Pavilion Competition by Arhitekton Magazine and Kingspan
  • Project year: 2012
  • Software used: Autodesk Autocad for technical drawing; Google Sketchup for volumetric studies, modeling and final rendering; 3D Studio Max for rendering; Adobe Photoshop for editing images

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Performative Exploration Pavilion in New York by Al bordE architects

Friday, May 4th, 2012

Article source: Al bordE architects

Clients are interested in doing a research about elements of the ancestral tradition of Kichwa de Rukullakta town in Ecuadorian Amazon.  The information obtained from the research, will support an action research process that seeks the transfer of Amazonian world view to expressions applied to theater, dance and performance.

Images Courtesy Francisco Suarez y AL BORDE

  • Architect: Al bordE architects
  • Name of Project: Performative Exploration Pavilion
  • Location: New York
  • Architects: AL BORDE, David Barragán, Pascual Gangotena & Esteban Benavides
  • Clients: Cuerpo Silencio, Diego Bolaños y Sisa Salgado
  • Site: Itinerant
  • Constructor: AA Máxima, Hernán Arias Ing. y Marcelo Pazmiño Ing.
  • Desing: 2010
  • Construction: 2010
  • Area: 95m2
  • Budget: US$ 5000
  • Photo credits: Francisco Suarez y AL BORDE

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Pavilion For 2011 Shenzhen – Hong Kong Biennale Of Urbanism And Architecture in China by Studio Up (designed using AutoCAD)

Saturday, April 14th, 2012

Article source: Studio Up

Shenzhen and Hong Kong Bi-City Biennale takes place since 2005, with ‘urbanization’ as a set long-term theme. This year, the chosen chief curator is Terence Riley, internationally recognized architect and curator. Among his significant projects are leading the renovation and expansion of Museum of Modern Art (New York) and The Miami Art Museum. In his curatorial statement for the 2011 Bienale, Terence Riley conceived a rather simple, axiomatic but powerful theme: Architecture creates cities – Cities create architecture.

Images Courtesy Miljenko Bernfest and Marko Salopek

  • Architect: Lea Pelivan + Toma Plejic / Studio Up
  • Name of Project: Pavilion For 2011 Shenzhen – Hong Kong Biennale Of Urbanism And Architecture
  • Location: China
  • Project team: Irena Bakic, Josipa Baricevic, Nikola Brlek, Luka Cvitan, Jelena Martic, Marko Salopek, Hana Svatoš-Ražnjevic, Vanda Trifunovic
  • Collaboration: Velcon Projekt: Albert Pavlovic, Veljko Nižetic, Lidija Nizic, Marko Sardelic (cosntruction design)
  • Photos: Miljenko Bernfest, Marko Salopek
  • Software used: AutoCAD

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Rowing and Sailing Pavilions in Bizkaia, Spain by abar + MdG + Julen Altuna

Wednesday, April 4th, 2012

Article source: abar + MdG + Julen Altuna

The location of this suite of pavilions dedicated to the practice of rowing and sailing is one of the ends of the Marina, in front of the ramp that descends to the mouth of the estuary, between the curved breakwater that encloses the Marina and the docks ending at the Arriluze lighthouse. From the site, besides the Abra, one can see Monte Serantes, the Arboleda, the Pagasarri, Punta Lu­cero and the Ganekogorta; it is therefore a loca­tion with a great urban presence that, when the project was drawn up, was used as an improvised open-air car park.

Night View (Images Courtesy Rafael Aspiunza)

  • Architects: abar + MdG + Julen Altuna
  • Name of Project: Rowing and Sailing Pavilions
  • Location: Bizkaia, Spain
  • Project date: 2005
  • Termination date: 2007
  • Photographer: Rafael Aspiunza

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Xinjin Zhi Museum in Cheng du, China by Kengo Kuma & Associates

Wednesday, April 4th, 2012

Article source: Kengo Kuma & Associates

This pavilion is located at the foot of Laojunshan mountain in Xinjin, to usher in the people to the holy place of Taoism, while the building itself shows the essence of Taoism through its space and exhibitions.

The tile used for façade is made of local material and worked on in a traditional method of this region, to pay tribute to Taoism that emphasizes on nature and balance. Tile is hung and floated in the air by wire to be released from its weight (and gain lightness). Clad in breathing façade of particles, the architecture is merged into its surrounding nature.

Exterior View

  • Architect: Kengo Kuma & Associates
  • Project name: Xinjin Zhi Museum
  • Location: Cheng du, China
  • Client: Fantasia group
  • Principal use: Museum
  • Site area: 2,580㎡

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Main Pavilion for the 9th China (Beijing) International Garden Expo by Atelier 11

Sunday, April 1st, 2012

Article source: Atelier 11

Located in the west south suburb of Beijing, the site of the exhibition park for the 9th China (Beijing) International Garden Expo in 2013 is in natural surroundings close to mountain, river, and wetland. As a response in design, Atelier 11’s proposal for the main pavilion of the Expo aims to create an artificial landscape, rather than a manmade construction, to echo the park’s site condition and the Expo’s particular theme.

Image Courtesy Atelier 11

  • Architects: Atelier 11
  • Project: Main Pavilion for the 9th China (Beijing) International Garden Expo
  • Location: Beijing, China
  • Design Director: Xu Lei
  • Design Team: Gong Meng
  • Competition: 2010.12
  • Construction Area: 30,000 sqm
  • Client: Committee of the 9th China (Beijing) International Garden Expo

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Spröjs Villa by Visiondivision

Wednesday, March 28th, 2012

Article source: Visiondivision

The Spröjs Villa is a modern style summer house for people with high architectonical taste. The building is based on the Spröjs modular system and can grow in length to any size requested. The house could be just 30 m2, being a small pavilion, to being a slick 200 m2 villa. The house modular system is on every façade as well as the roof. In its original design the spröjs serves as beds, kitchen tables, sofas as well as bath tubs or pretty much any use that can be fitted into the Spröjs grid. The house slim floor plan does so that you will never be more than two meters from the outside and its open facades creates a house that always are in close contact with the outside just as a summer villa should be.

The Spröjs Villa in a LA-setting

  • Architect: Visiondivision
  • Name of Project: Spröjs Villa
  • Software used: A mix of Rhino, Autocad, Photoshop and some Maya

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Dragon Skin Pavilion in Kowloon Park, Hong Kong by Emmi Keskisarja, Pekka Tynkkynen & LEAD

Tuesday, March 27th, 2012

Article source: Emmi Keskisarja, Pekka Tynkkynen & LEAD

The Dragon Skin Pavilion is an architectural installation designed and built for the 2011-12 Hong Kong & Shenzhen Bi-City Biennale of Urbanism Architecture. The Pavilion utilises a newly developed environmentally friendly material called “post-formable” plywood, which incorporates layers of adhesive film to allow easy single-curved bending without the need for steam or extreme heat.  With no material loss, a CNC mill divided 21 of these 8×4 plywood sheets into eight identical squares, and accurately cut the unique connection slots that were programmed into the pavilion geometry by computer.

Interior Perspective (Image Courtesy Dennis Lo)

  • Architects: Emmi Keskisarja, Pekka Tynkkynen & LEAD
  • Project: Dragon Skin Pavilion
  • Location: Shenzhen Pavilion, Kowloon Park – Roof Garden 2, Hong Kong S.A.R.
  • Design: EDGE Laboratory for Architectural and Urban Research, Tampere University of Technology, School of Architecture; Laboratory for Explorative Architecture & Design Ltd. (LEAD)
  • Design Team: KristofCrolla (LEAD), Sebastien Delagrange (LEAD), Emmi Keskisarja (EDGE), PekkaTynkkynen (EDGE)
    Client: 2011-12 Hong Kong & Shenzhen Bi-city Biennale of Urbanism\ Architecture
  • Project Dimensions: 4.5m (width) x 3.5m (depth) x 2.5m (height)
  • Photography: Dennis Lo Designs

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