Archive for the ‘Pavilion’ Category
Wednesday, November 30th, 2016
Article source: Killa Architectural Design
Killa Design (along with Gensler) has developed the world’s first fully functional and permanently occupied 3D printed building in Dubai, UAE. The Office of the Future building is currently the temporary home for the Dubai Future Foundation as well as an exhibition space and incubator for future emerging technologies in the region. The entire structure was printed in concrete using an additive manufacturing technique. It is truly the first fully occupied building in the world to be constructed using such techniques.
Image Courtesy © Killa Architectural Design
Thursday, October 27th, 2016
Article source: José Manuel Sanz Architects
The tourist information devices are situated in different strategic places along the city:
Plaza del Callao, Paseo de Recoletos, Museo del Prado, Museo Nacional Reina Sofía and in Paseo de la Castellana avenue, close to Santiago Bernabeu´s stadium.
Image Courtesy © José Javier Cullen
- Architects: José Manuel Sanz Architects + Irene Brea
- Project: Madrid Tourist Information Pavilions
- Location: Madrid, Spain
- Photography: José Javier Cullen
- Client: Madrid-Destino, Ayuntamiento de Madrid
- Architect in Charge: José Manuel Sanz Sanz
- Project team: Irene Brea Martínez, Leticia Llansó García, Luisa Santamaría Gallardo
- Technical Project Manager: Irene Brea Martínez, Leticia Llansó García, Jaime Sanz de Haro, Javier Vila Navarro
- Site Manager: Juan Antonio Santuy
- Contractor: Olprim. Grupo Olmar
- Project Year: 2016
Thursday, October 27th, 2016
Article source: Jantzen Studio
The four arches pavilion was designed as a special interactive, prefabricated, modular, painted wood retreat structure. it consists of two large arch shaped frames set over each other, and two more placed into a horizontal position under those, and attached to an elevated wood deck. each of the arch shaped frames are fitted with metal cylindrical cabinets, which contain rolls of white fabric. the fabric can be automatically or manually pulled back and forth through the arch shaped frames, in order to manipulate the quality of the environment surrounded by the four arches.
Image Courtesy © Jantzen Studio
- Architects: Jantzen Studio (Michael Jantzen)
- Project: The four arches Pavilion
Friday, October 21st, 2016
Article source: Giles Miller Studio
‘Perspectives’ is an organic pavilion structure covered with Cedar Shingles, which sits atop the beautiful Surrey Hills at Winterfold, and throws itself evocatively into the vista that has been opened up below.
Image Courtesy © John Miller
Friday, September 30th, 2016
Article source: Studio Frank Havermans
This pavilion KAPKAR.SF-P7S is designed and built for a temporary Building Lab (BOUWLAB) organised by Stichting Fabrikaat. This foundation, based in the city of Nijmegen in the east of the Netherlands is specialised in organizing temporary place making projects. This summer they erected a small settlement along the new shaped river bank on the north side of the city to focus on alternative ways of building and living in a more self organised way and show it to a broader public. This client asked me to design a low budget pavilion meant to program discussions, forums, meetings, small scale exhibitions, lectures and other cultural events during the period of BOUWLAB. Specific wishes were that the pavilion should have a striking appearance, be demountable and transportable to their future location, project ‘GRID” in Nijmegen, that it would provide space for 50 people, and that enough daylight would enter the building. Another wish was that I should collaborate with a MCT, a new company that developed a clever building system called KNØP.
Image Courtesy © René de Wit architectuurfotografie
- Architects: Studio Frank Havermans
- Project: KAPKAR/ SF-P7S
- Location: Spiegelwaal, Nijmegen, Lent, Netherlands
- Photography: René de Wit architectuurfotografie
- Client: Stichting Fabrikaat Nijmegen
- Basic Construction: KNØP building system, Mesh Construction Technology, Elst
- Production: Studio Frank Havermans, Koos Schaart expeditions
- Funds: Mondriaan Fund, Bouwfonds Cultuurfonds, Municipality of Nijmegen
- Year: 2016
Tuesday, September 27th, 2016
Article source: 10 DESIGN
10 DESIGN has been selected from 4 international architectural practices in a competition to design China Resources Land’s (CR Land) Hengqin MixC World in Zhuhai, China.
CR Land in cooperation with Macao’s New Fenghong Real Estate Development and China Resources Trust have invested 50 billion yuan to build this premium development. Covering a total GFA of over two million sqm, the joint venture expects the project to begin construction in September 2016. When completed, this project will create approximately 50,000 jobs in Zhuhai and generate nearly 1 billion yuan in tax revenue each year, further promoting the economic growth of Guangdong, Hong Kong, and Macao.
Image Courtesy © 10 DESIGN
- Architects: 10 DESIGN
- Project: Hengqin MixC World
- Location: Zhuhai, China
- Client: China Resources’ Land
- Design Team: Ted Givens, Design Partner, Miriam Auyeung, Partner and Project Director, Barry Shapiro, Partner
- Competition Team: Joyce Lo, Peby Pratama, Ray Lam, Ewa Koter, Daniel Wang, Xuan He, Yang Wang, Ismael Sanz, Jocelyn Zheng, Mujung Kang, Ruizhao Zhang, Thomas Chan, Dian Feng, Kenton Sin, Ketty Shan, Martin Lai
- Total Site: 665,000 sqm
- Total GFA: 2,330,000 sqm
- Saleable Retail: 270,000sqm
- Office: 1,652,200sqm
- Hotel: 187,800sqm
- National Pavilion: 100,000sqm
- Duty-Free Retail: 100,000sqm
- Expo Centre: 20,000sqm
Tuesday, September 27th, 2016
Article source: ATELIER JQTS
KAIROS is a project created in 2012 by the architects João Quintela and Tim Simon in partnership with the company’s prefab concrete Gracifer and with the Lisbon Architecture Triennale’s support (www.trienaldelisboa.com) as an answer to an inhibitor and unsustainable social and economic context, with the aim of encouraging, generating and presenting site-specific installations in which Space appears as the central theme.
Image Courtesy © Diana Quintela
- Architects: ATELIER JQTS (ATELIER JOÃO QUINTELA TIM SIMON)
- Project: KAIROS Pavilion
- Location: Lx Factory, Lisbon, Portugal
- Photography: Diana Quintela
- Curators: João Quintela, Tim Simon, Fabrícia Valente
- Builder: Isabel Gomes, Gracifer Derivados de Cimento
- Engineer: Manuel Gameiro, AJZ Construções
- Coordinator’s Team: José Gonçalves
- Construction’s Team: José Ramos, Artur Panchuck, António Santos, Florbela Pestana, Reinaldo Gomes, José Gonçalves, João Quintela, Tim Simon
- Date: 2012
Thursday, September 8th, 2016
Article source: People’s Architecture Office
Shipping containers stacked and shifted in plan and layered in elevation maximize rooftop views and shaded public areas on the ground at the Container Stack Pavilion. A 7.5 meter cantilevered box is the point of entrance to the building’s upper level roof, while the pavilion itself seems to extend out toward bordering streets, showcasing its interior activities. The ends of each container are capped with full height windows, allowing sightlines throughout the entire building. Inside, a double height central atrium is carved out where the two levels of shipping containers overlap. The Container Stack Pavilion is a temporary structure that can be disassembled and moved to other locations.
Image Courtesy © People’s Architecture Office
- Architects: People’s Architecture Office
- Project: Container Stack Pavilion
- Location: Dongshan, Taiyuan, Shanxi
- Client: Eastern Heights Real Estate Co. Ltd.
- Principals: He Zhe, James Shen, Zang Feng
- Project Team: Zhang Minghui, Amy Song, Zhang Zhen
- Date of Completion: September 2015
Sunday, September 4th, 2016
Article source: Schmidt Hammer Lassen Architects
Schmidt Hammer Lassen Architects complete exhibition pavilion on the banks of the HuangPu River in Shanghai.
As part of the regeneration and development of the West Bund area in Shanghai, Danish architects Schmidt Hammer Lassen have completed a permanent exhibition and art pavilion on the riverside promenade.
Image Courtesy © Peter Dixie
- Architects: Schmidt Hammer Lassen Architects
- Project: The Cloud Pavilion
- Location: Shanghai, China
- Photography: Peter Dixie
- Local architect: Tongji Architectural Design Institute
- Client: West Bund Development Corporation
- Area: 150m2
- Construction: May to July 2016
Tuesday, August 30th, 2016
Article source: Estudio Guto Requena
The Dancing Pavilion is Interactive Architecture created for the Olympic Park 2016.
Scattered sensors inside of the dance floor capture the beat of the music and the movement of people dancing, which activates the motors of the mirrors on the façade of the building. The result is a kinetic architecture that hypnotizes people, and transforms the space into the most exciting dance club of the 2016 Olympics.
Image Courtesy © Fernanda Lingabue and Rafael Frazão
- Architects: Estudio Guto Requena
- Project: The Dancing Pavilion
- Location: Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
- Photography: Fernanda Lingabue and Rafael Frazão
- Software used: Rhinoceros, Grasshopper
- Client: Skol/ Ambev
- Author: Guto Requena
- Estudio Guto Requena Team: Ludovica Leone, Daniel Vianna, Bruno Baietto and Guilherme Giantini.
- Technology and Motion Design: D3
- D3 Team: Pagu Senna, Diego Spinola, Carolina Anselmo, André Aureliano, Jonathan Querubina, Brenda Colautti, Natasha Weissenborn, Maria Clara Villas, Luciana Dal Ri, Vitor Reais, Victor Gama, Raphael Fagundes, Mariana Ventura, João Marcos de Souza, Edson Pavoni.
- Agency: B!Ferraz
- Set Design Supplier: UN Cenografia