THE ART FUND PAVILION

London / United Kingdom / 2009

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Open and closed spaces lose their 2D and 3D geometry and their typical modern interpretation takes on a new meaning where it is possible to connect to and to understand part of the complex meaning of the word: Nature
For this reason the main idea of the proposal is represented by a wood structural curve line which is synonymous with the chaotic elements of modern society, and at the same time, is the main exhibition pillar of the Art Fund Pavilion.
The structural design leads to the new AFP which becomes a component of the existing natural urban space by fusing this into one, where each functional element, such as the light, the gallery and the glass, has a specific perpetual role, not only as an architectural volume but also as an urban beacon for the city and as a sculpture with its own identity, whether the user is present or not.
The suspension curve volume on the APV should be interpreted not only as an architectural volume with its walls, windows, glass roof and wood structure, but also as a contemporary sculpture which connects the Past of the city with its Future and the new form of the town.
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    Open and closed spaces lose their 2D and 3D geometry and their typical modern interpretation takes on a new meaning where it is possible to connect to and to understand part of the complex meaning of the word: NatureFor this reason the main idea of the proposal is represented by a wood structural curve line which is synonymous with the chaotic elements of modern society, and at the same time, is the main exhibition pillar of the Art Fund Pavilion.The structural design leads to the new AFP which...

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    • Year 2009
    • Status Competition works
    • Type Art Galleries
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