Archive for the ‘Pavilion’ Category
Thursday, July 5th, 2018
Article source: in situ studio
The Trull Residence is on a small corner lot in the suburbs. The lot is long north to south, with driveway access from the north and southern views of a forest and pond. The main view of the house from the street is from the east. The house is divided into two pieces – a solid sleeping volume and an open living pavilion – connected by a glass entry hall. A walled lawn, patio, screened porch, and south-facing deck surround the living pavilion on three sides, forming a network of private outdoor spaces overlooking the forest and pond.
The east wall, Image Courtesy © Keith Isaacs
- Architects: in situ studio
- Project: Trull Residence
- Location: 6801 Rebecca Circle, Cary, NC 27518, USA
- Photography: Keith Isaacs
- Designed For: Michael and Sandy Trull
- Contractor: Aiello Builders Inc.
- Structural Engineer: Lysaght & Associates Structural Engineers
- Area: 3,097 sf
- Completed: December, 2017
Sunday, June 24th, 2018
Article source: murmuro
The Serralves Foundation promoted a contest for the Design of an Exhibition Pavilion to “invigorate the creation of new creative projects based on an innovative approach that stimulates new creative solutions”. As a premise, the competition was set to create an itinerant pavilion capable of displaying varied contents on any given location and configurating several dimensions. Therefore it was asked to design a structure that was supposed to be assembled, disassembled and stored several times.
Image Courtesy © murmuro
- Architects: murmuro (João Caldas, Rita Breda, Pedro Rodrigues, Luís Soares, Roberto Sánchez)
- Project: Serralves Exhibition Pavilion
- Client: Fundação de Serralves
- Engeneering: Armando Vale, Luisa Vale, Luís Oliveira, Alexandra Vicente
- Size: 200 sqm – 600 sqm
Friday, June 15th, 2018
Article source: v2com
From 21 to 29 October 2017 the Dutch Design Week (DDW)—one of the most important design events in Northern Europe—took place in Eindhoven (NL). In 2017 DDW and Design City Eindhoven launched the first edition of the World Design Event (WDE), which provides a platform for future makers from all over the world. At the heart of the Dutch Design Week is its People’s Pavilion, which had been designed by bureau SLA & Overtreders W.
Image Courtesy © Filip Dujardin
- Architects: bureau SLA & OvertredersW
- Project: People’s Pavilion
- Location: Ketelhuisplein, Eindhoven, Netherlands
- Photography: Filip Dujardin, Jeroen van der Wielen
- Client: Dutch Design Foundation
- Designers: Peter van Assche, Hester van Dijk, Reinder Bakker
- Structural Engineering: Arup
Friday, June 15th, 2018
Article source: Pedro Machado Costa
The Luís de Freitas Branco School is located in a suburban area, over a territory once occupied by agricultural fields and industrial facilities, overlap now by residential buildings,highways and shopping malls.
Image Courtesy © João Morgado
- Architects: Pedro Machado Costa
- Project: Luís de Freitas Branco School
- Location: Paço d’Arcos, Oeiras, Portugal
- Photography: João Morgado
- Engineering: Miguel Pereira [Coord.] / AFA
- Client: Parque Escolar SA
- Construction: 2015
Monday, June 11th, 2018
Article source: Carlo Ratti Associati
“Living Nature”, a garden pavilion that uses energy flow controls to allow spring, summer, autumn and winter to coexist under the same roof, opens today in Piazza del Duomo, Milan’s main square. Designed by CRA-Carlo Ratti Associati, it is the premier exhibition at the 57th annual Salone del Mobile, the world’s leading design and furniture fair.
Image Courtesy © Delfino Sisto Legnani and Marco Cappelletti
- Architects: Carlo Ratti Associati
- Project: Living Nature. La natura dell’abitare
- Location: Piazza del Duomo, Milan, Italy
- Photography: Delfino Sisto Legnani and Marco Cappelletti, Salone del Mobile
- CRA Team: Carlo Ratti, Giovanni de Niederhausern, Antonio Atripaldi (Project Lead), Isabella Artana, Chiara Borghi, Rui Guan, Nicola Scaramuzza, Anna Scaravella
- Renderings by CRA Graphic Team: Gary di Silvio, Gianluca Zimbardi
Friday, June 8th, 2018
Article source: QUIRÓS PRESA
“An indoor sports centre that retains the feel of playing outdoors: a space that is bathed with natural light, allows panoramic views and blurs the boundaries between inner and outer space”. This conceptual idea presented two challenges: (i) to design a space that, despite its large dimensions, was harmoniously integrated into its rural setting and (ii) the requirement to stick to a very limited budget.
Image Courtesy © IMAGEN SUBLIMINAL Miguel de Guzmán and Rocío Romero
- Architects: QUIRÓS PRESA
- Project: Villacelama Sports Centre
- Location: Villacelama, Spain
- Photography: IMAGEN SUBLIMINAL Miguel de Guzmán and Rocío Romero
- Client: Villacelama’s Municipality
- Contractor: OPHISA
Monday, June 4th, 2018
Article source: tnE Architects
The “Wolke 7” catering pavilion in Grafenegg Castle Garden (Lower Austria) by the next ENTERprise Architects has been awarded the AIT Award in the category gastronomy.
A decade ago tnE Architects created the Wolkenturm open air stage, one of Austria’s most impressive concert stages and the central performance venue of the annual Grafenegg Festival. In 2015 the architects were commissioned by Grafenegg Kulturbetriebsgesellschaft m.b.H. to redesign the location which is used for catering to events and situated on the path between the Castle Tavern and the Wolkenturm. The AIT Award is the second major honour received by the project after last year’s award of the Client Prize of the Central Association of Austrian Architects.
“Wolke 7”, a place for culinary highlights and coming together in an open-air atmosphere, adds a new dimension to the synergy between the traditional and the contemporary in Grafenegg which reaches far beyond the catering infrastructure.
Image Courtesy © Klaus Vyhnalek
- Architects: tnE Architects
- Project: Wolke 7
- Location: Palace Park Grafenegg, Grafenegg, AT
- Photography: Lukas Schaller, Klaus Vyhnalek
- Client: Grafenegg Kultur Betriebsges.m.b.H.
- HVAC Planning: Ing. Klaus Tiefenbacher, AT
- Structural Planning: Ingenieurteam GmbH Bergmeister, IT
- Landscape Planning: Land in Sicht, AT
- Acoustics: Müller-BBM GmbH, GER
- Completed: 2015
Friday, May 25th, 2018
Article source: v2com
The concept for the siting and construction of the new visitor centre for Seigneurie-des-Aulnaies, a registered Quebec cultural heritage site, is grounded in the characteristic elements of the surrounding landscape: the river, bridges, forest and stone buildings. The architects opted for a Land Art approach, focusing on natural settings and materials. The aim was to make the new building as discreet as possible and showcase the site’s most interesting landscape and heritage features.
Image Courtesy © Stéphane Groleau
- Architects: Anne Carrier architecture
- Project: Pavillon d’accueil de la Seigneurie des Aulnaies
- Location: Saint-Roch-des-Aulnaies (Québec), Canada
- Photography: Stéphane Groleau
- Client: Corporation touristique de la Seigneurie des Aulnaies, M. Réal Perron, président, Ms. Dominique Garon, General manager
- Structural and Civil Engineers: Douglas Consultants inc.
- General Contractor: Construction Citadelle inc.
- Budget: 0.6 M$
- Area: 150 m2
- Project Completion: 2015
Tuesday, May 22nd, 2018
Article source: STUDIO TOGGLE LLC.
Studio Toggle was invited by Nuqat, a nonprofit organization based in Kuwait to create an outdoor space for their cultural forum “The Human Capital 2018”. The location given was the outdoor plaza of the newly opened Sheikh Jaber Al-Ahmad Cultural Centre in Kuwait City. The design of the pavilion stemmed from a desire to create a lightweight, soft and malleable space habitable in novel ways. The pavilion is meant to be colonized based on the activities that it will accommodate. These activities were analyzed and broken down into its anthropometric parameters.
Image Courtesy © Gijo Paul George
- Architects: STUDIO TOGGLE LLC.
- Project: Luminous Drapes
- Location: Kuwait City, Kuwait
- Photography: Gijo Paul George
- Collaborations: Nuqat, IKEA, Back Combined, JACC
- Team: Gijo Paul George, Hend Almatrouk, Hessa Al Thuwaikh, Lulwa Al Obaid
Friday, May 18th, 2018
Article source: buchanan architecture
The Charlotte and Donald Test Pavilion is a 3,700 square foot multi-function space located at “A Tasteful Place” in the Dallas Arboretum and Botanical Society. The facility overlooks a 3.5 acre garden filled with fruits, vegetables, herbs and flowers. A demonstration kitchen in the pavilion serves as a site for cooking classes, demonstrations, educational programs and special events for adults and children.
Image Courtesy © buchanan architecture
- Architects: buchanan architecture
- Project: Test Pavilion
- Location: Dallas Arboretum and Botanical Society, A Tasteful Place, 8525 Garland Road, Dallas, Texas, 75218 USA
- Software used: Autodesk, Autocad, SketchUp
- Landscape Architect:
- SWA Group:
- Chuck McDaniel, FASLA
- Leah Hales, ASLA
- Henry Dalton, ASLA
- Rob Rider, ASLA
- Rogers-O’Brien Construction:
- Leon Davis, Cary Hughes, Billy Large, Nate Moser, Adam Minter, Jonathan Morgan, Mark Tomamichel
- Status: Completed in October 2017