Archive for the ‘Pavilion’ Category
Friday, January 20th, 2017
Article source: jantzen studio
Free-Space Is A Pre-Fabricated, Modular, System Of Components That Can Be Assembled, Disassembled, And Reassembled Into Many Different Configurations, In Order To Create Many Different Kinds Of Structures. These Structures Can Be Used As Very Functional Places Such As Pavilions, Or They Can Be Developed Into Various Kinds Of Non-Functional Sculptures. All Of The Structures Can Be Made From Bolting Together Two Panel Types. Both Panel Types Are Curved To An Eleven Foot Radius And Are Four Feet Wide, And Eight Feet Long. Each Of Them Is Made From Three Curved Steel Pipe Frames, Which Are Connected Together With A Series Of Wood Slats. The Slatted Panels Can Be Bolted Together End To End In Either A Horizontal Or Vertical Orientation. If The Panels Intersect Anywhere In The Structure, They Can Also Be Bolted Together At That Intersection. If The Panels Are Used To Create More Functional Structures Like This Shade Pavilion, Solar Panels Can Be Attached To The Curved Slatted Panels (In The Appropriate Location) In Order To Provide Solar Electric Power For Use In And Around The Pavilion. A Personal Shade Pavilion Is Shown Here With A Solar Panel Attached To One Of The Curved Slatted Panels. A Storage Cylinder, Two Lounge Chairs, A Dinning Table, And A Hammock, Are Placed Under The Shade Canopy For Use As A Special Summer Retreat Place.
Image Courtesy © jantzen studio
Tuesday, January 17th, 2017
Article source: Cimini Architettura
A highway to sheep and shepherds. The cattle tracks were routes that annually herds traveling to move from the sea to the mountains and go back.
The pavilion of transhumance is located close to the “tratturo del re” , a green path linking the Apulian plains to the mountains of Abruzzo in central Italy.
Image Courtesy © Cimini Architettura
- Architects: Cimini Architettura
- Project: The pavilion of transhumance
- Location: Frisa, Italy
- Photography: Sergio Camplone
- Client: Comune di Frisa
- Project and Director of Works: Remo Cimini
- Concept design: Andrea Jasci Cimini
- Consultant: Antonio Damiani
- Structures: Alfredo Zulli, Vincenzo Santilli
- Geologist: Alessio Carulli
- Manufacturer of concrete structures: E.C.F. Srl
- Manufacturer of wood structures and finishes: EdilegnoPellegrini Srl
- Technician Responsible for the Manufacturer: Gianluca Buzzelli
- Gross floor area: 145 m2
- Design phase: 2012
- Construction phase: 2015
Saturday, January 14th, 2017
Article source: Apiacás Arquitetos
Located in a residential condominium at Barra do Una Beach (located in São Sebastião, near of São Paulo city), the project UNA Pavilion was signed by the brazilian architecture office Apiacás Arquitetos. For this project, Apiacás had the feasibility as a premise, considering the choice of materials and mainly focusing on the constructive details, capable of organizing the assembly system. Therefore, the structure is made up of standardized and modular elements: the foundation was executed in concrete, followed by pillars and beams in Cumaru wood, strategically placed in central axes in order to give greater freedom to the pivotal doors that make up the facade.
Image Courtesy © Leonardo Finotti
- Architects: Apiacás Arquitetos (Acácia Furuya, Anderson Freitas, Pedro Barros)
- Project: Una Pavillion
- Location: São Sebastião, Brazil
- Photography: Leonardo Finotti
- Collaborators: Daniela Santana, Francisco Veloso, Leonar Vaz Pinto, Otávio Filho, Pedro Paredes
- Area: 240 m²
- Year: 2013
- Status: completed
Thursday, January 5th, 2017
Article source: FELIPE ASSADI ARQUITECTOS
The commission was for a pavilion bordering a tennis court that could handle four programs in the following order: sauna, gymnasium, baths, and lodgings for a caretaker. The two central programs were to be related to the ten- nis court, but not the lateral ones. At the same time, the three sports-related programs were to be interconnected, whereas the lodgings were to be isolated from the rest.
Image Courtesy © FERNANDO ALDA
Friday, December 23rd, 2016
Article source: v2com
GLCRM and Provencher_Roy Architects consortium are the proud recipients of Canadian Architect’s 2016 Award of Merit for their work on the reception pavilion of Québec’s National Assembly. The award was handed out during the magazine’s 49th Awards of Excellence gala, held in Toronto. Since its inception in 1968, the Awards of Excellence have recognized exceptional architectural projects in the design stage, as reflected by buildings that are interesting from a structural point-of-view while being responsive to social and urban context, meeting client needs with discernment and creativity, and demonstrating awareness of sustainable development imperatives.
Image Courtesy © Provencher_Roy
- Architects: GLCRM & Provencher_Roy
- Project: The Reception Pavilion of Québec’s National Assembly
- Location: Québec, Canada
- Client: Assemblée nationale du Québec
- Partners in charge: Claude Provencher, Architect, Senior partner and co-founder at Provencher_Roy, Matthieu Geoffrion, Architect Partner at Provencher_Roy
- Contractor: Pomerleau
- Structural engineer: WSP Canada Inc.
- Electromechanical engineer: CIMA+
- Security: CSP Consultants en Sécurité inc.
- Area: 5,100 m2
- Year: 2016 to date (anticipated completion date in 2019)
- Status: Under construction
Tuesday, December 20th, 2016
Article source: BOLLES+WILSON GmbH & Co. KG
The Cinnamon tower was conceived as freestanding campanile – a pin on a piazza was the concept behind the premiated competition design by BOLLES+WILSON for the existing 19th century Harbour Masters Building.
A tower was not anticipated in the competition programme, but the jury agreed that a tower anchors the public functions around the only remaining historical building to survive between the megablocks of the ‘Overseas Quarter’ master plan. The historic building would thus be more autonomous.
Image Courtesy © Christian Richters
- Architects: BOLLES+WILSON GmbH & Co. KG (Prof. Julia Bolles-Wilson, Peter L. Wilson)
- Project: Cinnamon Tower
- Location: Osakaallee 10 20457 Hamburg, Germany
- Photography: Cordelia Ewerth, Christian Richters, Mitja Schneehage and Rainer Mader
- Client: Groß & Partner
- Structural Engineering: Ingenieurbüro Abel · Gebhart GmbH & Co. KG
- Service Engineers: WINTER Beratende Ingenieure für Gebäudetechnik
- Building Physics: ITA Ingenieurgesellschaft für Technische Akustik mbH •
- Fire Protection: hhpberlin- Ingenieure für Brandschutz GmbH
- GFA: 4.250 m2
- Realisation: July 2013 – July 2015
Thursday, December 15th, 2016
Article source: ZALEWSKI ARCHITECTURE GROUP
The project of revitalization of a villa, built in the 19th century. The concept involves adapting the existing facility to the office function, building a new pavilion acting as the customer service and redesigning the park surrounding the villa. Currently the first stage of the project is completed, involving a comprehensive modernization of the historical villa.
Arthur Neumann’s villa built in 1926 at Rybnicka 27 in Gliwice is the object of a revitalization project.
Image Courtesy © Tomasz Zakrzewski/Archifolio
- Architects: ZALEWSKI ARCHITECTURE GROUP (Krzysztof Zalewski, Adam Gil, Paweł Zalewski)
- Project: AQUARIUM OFFICE COMPLEX IN GLIWICE – NEUMANN VILLA REVITALISATION
- Location: Gliwice, Poland
- Photography: Tomasz Zakrzewski/Archifolio
- Usable area: 1512,95 m2
- Building area: 426,25m2
- Plot area: 1,0776ha
- Realization time: 2015
Tuesday, December 13th, 2016
Article source: zuloark
Design for 2017.
Our proposal doesn’t start from architecture.
Our proposal doesn’t start with the design of an ephemeral pavilion.
Our proposal is not even a structure that can be reused.
Image Courtesy © Zuloark
- Architects: Zuloark + Alberto rey + Tipi Studio
- Project: DSS2016 Specs
- Location: Alderdi Eder, San Sebastian, Spain
- Photography: Zuloark, Lourdes Cabrera
- Client: DSS2016
- Executive Architect: Asier Tellería
- Production team: Viuda de Ramírez: Uxue Peña, Manuel Muñoz, Patxi Camón, Juan Carlos Gómez y Germán Díaz.
- Structural Engineer: Antonio Fernández Caro
- Services Engineers: Climatizacion tec: Iñigo Arretxe, Juantxo Figuerido, Mikel Arrillaga, Gonzalo Aldanondo
- Electricity: Elektra: Jose Martin Ezkerra, Jose Calvo, Daniel, Elias Arruebarrena
- Foundations, aid and support: Campezo: Elena Martin, Teoforo Macias, Tomas Reyes, Javier Gago, Juan Manuel Gago, Marcio Gomes, Vicente Estevez, Alex Fernandez, Jose Mari Villar
- Support ironworkers: Talleres Martutene: Imanol Jareño, Francisco Javier Delgado, Iñaki Diez, Moises Bermejo
- Safety and health coordinator: BPG coordinadores: David Pedrosa y Jorge Goldaracena
- General Support: Estudio Lekuona: Jabier Lekuona, Julen Lekuona, Maite Lekuona y María Jauregui
- Area: 88+36m2
- Project Year: 2016
Tuesday, December 6th, 2016
Article source: RESET ARCHITECTURE
Reset architecture has designed a multipurpose theatre pavilion with a hall for 200 seats in the woods of ‘Zonnewende group stay’. The sturdy brick building is designed to blend into its surroundings but also to stand out.
Image Courtesy © Stijn Poelstra
- Architects: RESET ARCHITECTURE
- Project: Zonnewende Theatre Pavilion
- Location: Sint-Michielsgestel, The Netherlands
- Photography: Stijn Poelstra
- Lead Architects: Theo Mathijssen, Bas Lavrijssen
- Other participants: Reset architecture design team: Theo Mathijssen, Bas Lavrijssen, Tess Landsman, Lenka Hrubá
- Gross Built Area: 430m2
- Completion Year: 2016
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