Archive for the ‘Pavilion’ Category
Wednesday, April 6th, 2016
Article source: ARCH.625
625 A Re vel ati on : 4 +5 +6 +7 +8 +9 +10 +11 +12 +13 +14 +15 +16 +17 +18 +19 +20 +21 +22 +23 +24 +25 +26 +27 +28 +29 +30 +31 +32 +33 +34 +35 = 625 5 : 8 = 0 .625 [ golden section ] light: MINIMAL 60 PRODUCT LINE of the company XAL Modern interpretation of the architecture of the 60’s. The pavilion for the reception includes Banquet hall for 20 persons and a separate hall with a kitchen island. MINOTTI stone as a Museum piece surrounded by glass .the monolithic reinforced materials.b. granite slabs, wood panels ash. with a total area of 350 m2 . Banquet hall with fireplace divided mine into 2 areas with a soft and dining room.
Image Courtesy © Ilya egorkin
- Architects: ARCH.625 (Sergey N A S E D K I N)
- Project: Lu x Pa vi liOn
- Photography: Ilya egorkin
- Glazing: SKIFREIM
- Implementation: 2013
Tuesday, March 15th, 2016
Article source: Paul Raff Studio Architects
Serving as the sales office for the Bluepoint Residences in Phuket, Thailand, the Bluepoint Sales Pavilion provides an ideal lounge setting for potential clients to enjoy spectacular views while reviewing development plans and observing construction progress. The pavilion’s expression responds to the powerful contextual site conditions. A deep terrace and continuous wrapping canopy extend outward toward a look-out point, framing a spectacular panoramic vista of the Adaman Sea.
Image Courtesy © Paul Raff Studio Architects
Thursday, March 10th, 2016
Article source: BIG
For the Serpentine Pavilion 2016, we have attempted to design a structure that embodies multiple aspects that are often perceived as opposites: a structure that is free-form ret rigorous, modular yet sculptural, both transparent and opaque, both box and blob.
Image Courtesy © BIG
- Architects: BIG
- Project: SERPENTINE PAVILION
- Location: London, England, United Kingdom
- Partners-in-Charge: BjarkeIngels, Thomas Christoffersen
- Project Leader: Maria Sole Bravo
- Team: Aaron Powers, Alice Cladet, Claire Thomas, Daniel Sundlin, Jakob Lange, Kai-Uwe Bergmann, KristianHindsberg, KristofferNegendahl, Lorenz Krisai, Maria Holst, Maxwell Moriyama, Rune Hansen, Tianze Li, Tore Banke, Wells Barber
- Collaborators: AKT II, BIG IDEAS, Dinesen Gulve, Fiberline Composites A/S, SAPA Extrusions Denmark A/S
- Client: Serpentine Galleries
- Status: In Progress
- Size in m2: 300
- Date: 22/02/2016
Friday, March 4th, 2016
Article source: v2com
The new visitor center is implanted in one of the greatest green space of Montreal; the Maisonneuve Park. The park spreads 63 hectares and allows citizens to practice varied sports all year round, including golf in the summer. The new building houses all the necessary services to operate the park’s driving range and golf course. It thus serves as the golf’s and one of the park’s entry points.
General view, Image Courtesy © Vincent Audy
- Architects: Cardin Ramirez Julien Inc.
- Project: Golf Welcome Pavilion
- Location: Maisonneuve Park, Montréal, Canada
- Photography: Vincent Audy
- Software used: Revit, Autocad, Photoshop
Friday, February 26th, 2016
Article source: Abin Design Studio
Built for accommodating the activities of a religious festival for a tribal community that resides in the lush countryside west of Kolkata, the driving concept behind the design was to celebrate tribal life, rituals and the symbiotic relationship with the forest. The fascinating surroundings of the Pavilion of Canopies are reflected in its design. An earnest attempt has been made to raise awareness about the enrichment and conservation of forestlands and the communities residing within them by highlighting their lives within the forest. The design experience was to abstract the journey through a lush forest of canopies and arrive at the sight of glorious divinity. This was similar to the ancient Indian ritual of undertaking a pilgrimage through the forest to seek divine enlightenment. Since the site is also surrounded by dense greenery the design seeks to formally reflect this contextual characteristic.
Aerial view of the pavilion at night , Image Courtesy © Sayantan Chakraborty
- Architects: Abin Design Studio
- Project: The Pavilion of Canopies
- Location: Bansberia, West Bengal, India
- Photography: Sayantan Chakraborty, Abin Chaudhuri, Subhrajit G.Mitra
- Client: Kishor Sangha Community
- Design Team: Abin Chaudhuri, Sayantan Chakraborty, Debkishor Das, Toton K. Mondal
- Carpentry: Bilash Das
- Area: 150 sqm
- Project Year: 2015
- Software used: Autocad
Saturday, February 20th, 2016
Article source: Tampere Architecture
Tampere Architecture Week is an annual event about architecture and urban planning, intended to add interest and discussion about the built environment. The theme in 2015 – interaction – aimed to increase the possibilities for interaction between citizens themselves and between architects and citizens. Functioning as an open stage for free expression and performance, Pauhu pavilion aims to highlight interaction as one of the most crucial subjects in our ever more privatised and secluded cities. The name “Pauhu” refers to the distant roar generated by the Tampere rapids, by the city around the pavilion, as well as by the artists and presenters the pavilion is hosting. Pauhu was realized as a voluntary project as a part of Tampere Architecture Week bringing together architecture and design students and professionals in addition to number of different sponsors. The interlace of public, private and communal interests was essential and absolutely crucial in making Pauhu possible.
Image Courtesy © Simo Ulvi
- Architects: Tampere Architecture
- Project: Pauhu – open stage and pavilion
- Location: Tampere, Finland
- Photography: Simo Ulvi and Toni+Österlund
- Client: Tampere Architecture Week
- Project coordinator: Henri Käpynen
- Architectural design: Toni Österlund (Geometria), Lisa Voigtländer
- Tampere Architecture Week: Jon Thureson, Tuomo Joensuu, Saana Karala, Henri Käpynen
- Lighting Design: Heini Ylijoki (Granlund)
- Construction Specialist: Harri Seelbach (Teeri-Kolmio)
- Electrics: Antti Pesonen (Kauppahuone Harju)
- Year completed: 2015
- Software used: Rhino
Tuesday, February 16th, 2016
Article source: MVRDV
La Grande Mosaïque, MVRDV’s project in Caen, France, has been in development for two years and has already seen a series of projects under construction within the masterplan, with many more breaking ground in the coming years. The 600 hectare masterplan tackles the problems caused by the area’s heavy industry and rapid de-industrialisation, integrating the historic aspects of the site with the natural environment. The development includes a mix of housing, offices, mixed-use buildings, public spaces and infrastructure; all stitched together and laid out using a spatial planning tool, ‘the offset’, created by MVRDV. In a move to engage locals, an exhibition of MVRDV’s works and Le Grand Mosaïque is open to public viewing in ‘Le Pavillon’, an exhibition space in the old city port, until the 13th March 2016.
Image Courtesy © MVRDV
- Architects: MVRDV
- Project: La Grande Mosaïque
- Location: Caen, Normandy, France
- MVRDV Design Team: Winy Maas, Jacob van Rijs, Nathalie de Vries, with Frans de Witte, Bertrand Schippan (PM), Maxime Enrico, Marie Saladin, Pauline Degrand Guillaud, Linda Andersson and Johan Schweig
- Co-Architect: Diagram Architecture, Paris, FR
- Landscape Architect: Territoires, Paris, FR
- Urbanists: Pro Developpment, Paris, FR
- Infrastructure: Egis, Paris, FR
- Sociologist: Philippe Cabane, Paris, FR
- Model: Made by Mistake, Rotterdam, The Netherlands (more…)
Sunday, February 14th, 2016
Article source: LODESIGNER
Project of street food pavilion Food BOX was designed by Elena Ostapova to contest [BERLIN] Gourmet Street Food, agencies Architectural KompetitionConcoursd’Architecture in 2015.
The prototype of concept served as a cardboard box. Verge box are transformed.
Image Courtesy © LODESIGNER
- Architects: LODESIGNER
- Project: Street food pavilion Food BOX
- Location: Berlin, Germany
- Architect And Designer: Elena Ostapova
- Software used: Auto Cad, Vray, 3D Max
Tuesday, February 9th, 2016
Article source: 3deluxe
On Noor Island, a lagoon island in the middle of the capital of the Arab Emirate Sharjah, German design studio 3deluxe is currently designing a 2.5 ha transmedia landscape park, interwoven with an ensemble of several themed pavilions and buildings. The architectural structure to shape the island’s entire appearance, the Butterfly Pavilion, is nearing completion. The park will open in mid-December and further attractions will be continually added in the course of the coming weeks and months.
Image Courtesy © Joaqui+î-ünBusch
- Architects: 3deluxe
- Project: BUTTERFLY PAVILION
- Location: Noor Island, Sharjah City, Sharjah, U.A.E.
- Photography: Bjo+î-årnAsmussen, ChristianBauer, Joaqui+î-ünBusch, TorstenSeidel, Shurooq
- Contracting authority: Shurooq, Sharjah, U.A.E.
- Client: Andre Heller, Artevent GmbH, Austria
- Interior Architects: 3deluxe, Germany
- Roof construction: Seele middle east, Dubai, U.A.E.
- Pavilion construction: Waagner Biro Gulf L.L.C., Dubai, U.A.E.
- Interior works: Candido Hermida, Spain
- Interior Material: KRION® Solid Surface
- Planting: Greenworks, Dubai, U.A.E.
- Area: 820 m
- Inauguration: December 15, 2015
Friday, February 5th, 2016
Article source: +OOZN
OOZN’s Bukit Pantai concept imagines three tiered lightweight residential pavilions floating over a verdant Kuala Lumpur hillside. The pavilions are clad in a flowing aluminium fabric skin that responds to changing light conditions. Perforations screen the interiors from the harsh tropical sun whilst the rippling geometry creates the impression of movement.
Image Courtesy © Lin Ho
- Architects: +OOZN
- Project: Bukit Pantai
- Location: Bangsar, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
- Photography: Lin Ho
- Software used: Microstation, Rhino, Grasshopper
- Client: Anonymous
- Area: 750sqm
- Local Architect: I-Wen Foo
- Contractor: SG Aluminium / Dexone Aluminium
- Year: January 2015