Archive for the ‘Pavilion’ Category
Thursday, August 17th, 2017
Article source: Studio Morison
Look! Look! Look! sees a striking sculptural pavilion created by internationally renowned artists Heather and Ivan Morison (Studio Morison) take centre stage at the National Trust’s historic Berrington Hall in Herefordshire.
Image Courtesy © Ivan Morison
- Architects: Studio Morison
- Project: Look! Look! Look!
- Location: Berrington Hall, Leominster, Herefordshire, USA
- Photography: Marsha Arnold / Ivan Morison
- Gross Built Area (square meters or square foot): 100m2
- Completion Year: 2017
Sunday, August 13th, 2017
Article source: THE NORMAN FOSTER FOUNDATION
Norman Foster and the Trustees of the non-profit Norman Foster Foundation today announced that this new independent institution for interdisciplinary research, education, and projects in the fields of architecture, design, and urbanism will open its headquarters in Madrid in June 2017.
Image Courtesy © Luis Asín
- Architects: THE NORMAN FOSTER FOUNDATION (Design studio of the Norman Foster Foundation – Norman Foster,David Delgado, Raúl Gómez and Jorge López)
- Project: The Pavilion
- Location: Madrid, Spain
- Photography: Luis Asín
- Local collaborating architect: Miguel Kreisler, Ángel Jaramillo – BAUproyectos SLP – Spain
- Structural engineer: Juan de la Torre – Euteca Proyectos y Estructuras SLP – Spain
- MEP engineer: Rafael Úrculo – R. Urculo Ingenieros Consultores SA – Spain
- Quantity surveyor: Javier Martín – Arquitec SL Spain
- Façade consultant: James O’Callaghan – Eckersley O’Callaghan Ltd – UK
- Envelope consultant: ENAR Envolventes Arquitectónicas SL – Spain
Sunday, August 13th, 2017
Article source: Satchel Tang
Silver & Co has designed and converted a derelict shed into a flexible multi-functional art studio for an artist couple and their child at the bottom of a West London garden.
Image Courtesy © Jason Taylor
Friday, August 11th, 2017
Article source: Aalto University Wood Program
Designed and constructed by a team of 20 students from the Aalto University’s Wood Program, the pavilion provides a sheltered stage for Annantalo, an art center for young people and families in the center of Helsinki, Finland. The stage is build as a semi-permanent building and will accommodate various art events from the school during the summers for the next five years.
Image Courtesy © Philip Tidwell
- Architects: Aalto University Wood Program
- Project: A•lava
- Location: Annantalo, Annankatu 30 00100 Helsinki
- Photography: Marc Goodwin and Philip Tidwell
- Engineer: Antti Haikala (FI)
- Tutors: Pekka Heikkinen (FI), Philip Tidwell (US), Willem van Bolderen (NL)
- Student Design Team: Alba Aguilar (MX), Emilia Almqvist Jansson (SW), Mathias Björkman (FI), Caio Cintra (BR), Rodrigo Giorgi (BR), Riccardo Guerri (IT), Noora Kassinen (FI), Loreto Mancilla Bahamonde (CL), Elsa Mendoza (MX), Guido Mitidieri (IT), Teodor Nilson (SW), Tatsuro Sakata (JP), Andrea Settimi (IT), Heidi Silvennoinen (FI), Hannah Smith (CA), Kire Stavrov (MK), Jianlin Sun (CA), Kenji Takahashi (JP), Paul Texereau (FR), Sonja Äärilä (FI)
- Area: 81 m2 (covered)
- Project Year: 2017
Wednesday, August 9th, 2017
Article source: WilkinsonEyre
At the time that WilkinsonEyre was invited to design this new factory and headquarters building, Dyson was one of the fastest growing companies in the UK. The new development therefore needed to embrace an extensive range of uses and be built and occupied in a rolling programme. Our original masterplan for the overall site optimised the layout of a range of functions whilst incorporating flexibility for future expansion.
The design created an exciting yet economical space with an undulating wave form roof which ‘floats’ above the trees, disguising the bulk of the factory.
Image Courtesy © WilkinsonEyre
- Architects: WilkinsonEyre
- Project: Dyson Campus Expansion
- Location: Malmesbury, England
Tuesday, August 8th, 2017
Article source: v2com
Walker Warner Architects has been awarded a coveted Citation Award from the American Institute of Architects San Francisco (AIA SF) chapter for the newly completed Quintessa Pavilions in Napa Valley, Calif. The firm designed the original Quintessa Estate Winery in 2003. Walker Warner Architects’ portfolio of estate projects and custom residences in the Western United States and Hawaii showcases simple elegance and sensitivity to the environment.
According to Walker Warner principal Mike McCabe, “Each pavilion is elegantly unobtrusive and offers a rustic yet refined experience evocative of picnicking with a bottle of wine under an oak tree”, Image Courtesy © Matthew Millman
- Architects: Walker Warner Architects
- Project: Quintessa Pavilions
- Location: Napa, California, USA
- Photography: Matthew Millman
Wednesday, August 2nd, 2017
Article source: Innauer-Matt Architekten
Our exhibition house for timber construction company Kaspar Greber and its cooperating timber trading partners transcends classic product presentation by means of samples and leaflets. Potential clients and visitors can experience the product and its construction first hand, by touching, smelling, feeling it. Our take on the region’s classic gable roof refers to the company’s core competence, house building.
Image Courtesy © Darko Todorovic
- Architects: Innauer-Matt Architekten
- Project: Pavillion KG
- Location: 6870 Bezau, Vorarlberg, Austria
- Photography: Darko Todorovic, Marcel Hagen and Kaspar Greber
- Owner: Kaspar Greber Zimmerei / Hausbau, 6870 Bezau
- Structural Engineer: Merz Kley Partner / Gordian Kley, 6850 Dornbirn
- Construction: Prefabricated wood construction using Pinstripe solid wood elements
- Interior: Pinstripe solid wood elements in spruce, fir, oak
- Floor space: 30 sqm
- Development period: 02 2014 – 08 2014
- Construction: 07 2014 – 08 2014
Friday, July 21st, 2017
Article source: This is arquitectura
The assignment consisted in the construction of a guest pavilion as an extension of the main house.
Our first thought was to create a shape clear and simple, a cuboid placed in the middle of the forest, changing as less as possible the surrounding characteristics, as if it had always been there.
Image Courtesy © Adrià Goula
- Architects: This is arquitectura
- Project: Guest Pavilion
- Location: Begur, Sa Tuna, Spain
- Photography: Adrià Goula
- Year of Design/Completion: 2016
- Status: Finished
Sunday, July 9th, 2017
Article source: de Architekten Cie.
The new ABN AMRO Pavilion is unique in the Netherlands: the first built example of a purely sustainable and circular design. The main thought behind circular design is that the impact of the building causes the least possible reduction of the world’s resources. The circular economy is waste-free and resilient and that is the exact idea behind this Pavilion. Right from the start the recyclability of all materials used were taken into account.
Image Courtesy © de Architekten Cie.
- Architects: de Architekten Cie.
- Project: Circular Pavilion Abn Amro
- Location: Amsterdam, the Netherlands
- Project Architect: Hans Hammink
- Project Manager: Jeanne Leung, René Bos, Stephan Oelers
- Landscape designer: Dark green i.s.m. The Architects Cie.
- Contractor: BAM
- Structural engineer: BAM Construction + Engineering
- Installation Advisor: BAM Construction + Engineering
Friday, June 30th, 2017
Article source: michael jantzen
The Radius Pavilion is an experimental design for a special place in which to experience the beauty of structural complexity, through the creation of a structure made from a few basic components that are repeated over and over again, and assembled in unpredictable ways. The painted wood structure consists of a series of arch shaped components all of which have two different widths, and all have the same radius. Some are made from a half of the circle, some one-quarter, and some one eighth. All are clad with a series of slats that bind the three arch support frames together into a structurally sound building component. These components can be assembled together end to end in many different ways in order to create many different size and shaped pavilions. Stairs that lead up into the interior of the spaces are added so that visitors can climb into and experience directly, the dynamics of the three-dimensional complexity.
Image Courtesy © jantzen studio