Archive for the ‘Pavilion’ Category
Tuesday, May 10th, 2016
Article source: PLANT Architect Inc.
The new pavilions at East Point Park Bird Sanctuary use architecture as a means of framing one of Toronto’s most beautiful parks, while enhancing the pleasures of birding for visitors of all ages and levels of experience. Folded into angular shapes evocative of flight, sheets of laser-cut weathering steel form the pavilions for this wooded park on the Scarborough Bluffs, high above Lake Ontario. The materials palette, which also includes precast and cast-in-place concrete and galvanized grating, was chosen for durability and minimal environmental impact. The completed Phase One encompasses the Viewing Pavilion, a Bird Blind, and entry signage.
Facing northwest toward the Viewing Pavilion, Image Courtesy © Steven Evans Photography
- Architects: PLANT Architect Inc.
- Project: East Point Park Bird Sanctuary Pavilions
- Location: Toronto, Canada
- Photography: Steven Evans Photography
- Software used: Vectorworks
- Client: City of Toronto
- PLANT Architect Inc. Design Team: Mary Tremain, Lauren Barhydt, Jason van der Burg, Lisa Rapoport, Chris Pommer, Jeremy McGregor
- Structural: Blackwell
- Quantity Surveyor: A.W. Hooker Associates Ltd.
- General Contractor: Hawkins Contracting Services Inc.
- Steel Work: Iron Bridge Fabrication Inc.
Friday, May 6th, 2016
Article source: Dellekamp Arquitectos
Dellekamp Arquitectos were finalists in the competition for the FCA, a project organized by the Government of Mexico City.
Image Courtesy © Dellekamp Arquitectos
- Architects: Dellekamp Arquitectos (Derek Dellekamp + Jachen Schleich)
- Project: FCA Pavilion
- Location: Ciudad de Mexico DF, Mexico
- Dellekamp Team: Antoine Vaxelaire, Eduardo Zizumbo, Valentina Sánchez, Carolina Andrade, Alejandra Roca, Javier Ramírez, Diego García, Laura Alonso
Wednesday, May 4th, 2016
Article source: Lake|Flato Architects
The Josey Pavilion is a multi-functional education and meeting center that supports the mission of the Dixon Water Foundation to promote healthy watersheds through sustainable land management. Traditionally livestock has caused more harm than good by overgrazing and not allowing our native prairies to play their important role in habitat and watershed protection, and carbon sequestration. The Josey Pavilion facilitates a deeper understanding of how grazing livestock as well as the built environment can work to do more good than harm.
Image Courtesy © Casey Dunn
- Architects: Lake|Flato Architects
- Project: The Dixon Water Foundation Josey Pavilion
- Location: 4528 County Road 398 Decatur Texas 76234, United States
- Photography: Casey Dunn, Dror Baldinger
- Project Owner: The Dixon Water Foundation
- Project Site Context/Setting: Rural
- Building or Project Gross Floor Area: 5,400 square feet
- Project Completion Date: January, 2014
- Total project cost at time of completion, land excluded: $1,800,000.00
Saturday, April 23rd, 2016
Article source: Davide Coluzzi DAZ architect
CONCEPT. The issue of freedom of expression is a very delicate one. There are still many states where freedom of expression is strictly prohibited and in others it is strongly controlled by authoritarian governments. The chart below explains the worldwide situation of freedom of expression and the oppression of this human right.
Image Courtesy © Davide Coluzzi DAZ architect
- Architects: Davide Coluzzi DAZ architect
- Project: AGORA’. Charlie Hebdo Portable Pavilion. competition
- Location: Paris, France
- Date: 2016
- Competition by Bee Breeders ─ Architecture Competition Organisers.
Thursday, April 21st, 2016
Article source: J. MAYER H. und Partner Architekten
MAYER H. and Partner, Architekten is proud to announce that we have won the competition for the new tram station in Freiburg, Germany. After presenting the project to the citizens of the City of Freiburg in March, completion is scheduled for approximately end 2018.
Image Courtesy © J. MAYER H. und Partner Architekten
- Architects: J. MAYER H. und Partner Architekten
- Project: PAVILLON AM RING
- Location: Platz am Siegesdenkmal / Friedrichring, Freiburg, Germany
- Client: Freiburger Stadtbau GmbH (FSB), Freiburg, Germany
- Partner in Charge: Jürgen Mayer H.
- Project Architect: Sebastian Finckh
- Project Team: Mi Na Bae, Fabrizio Silvano
- Competition Engineers:
- Structural and Building service engineer: Buro Happold, Berlin
- Lighting Concept: lichttransfer, Berlin
- Kitchen Engineer: IB Scherer, Darmstadt
- Building Physics: IB Santer, Duisburg
- Local Architect on site: Jürgen Moser Architekten, Lörrach
- Ground floor area: 250 m²
- Project: 2015-2016
- Completion: end 2018
- Software used: ArchiCad and Rhino
Wednesday, April 6th, 2016
Article source: ARCH.625
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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