Balancing Forces

Proposal for Balancing Pavilion competition Vyksa / Russian Federation / 2013

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The concept has been developed imagine a possible balance between natural elements that represent two extreme sides of nature. The forces generate an attraction on their opposite sides reaching the imaginary horizon between the ground and the sky, where our architecture borns. The balancing pavilion is designed as a mean of shaping environmental elements. It manifests itself as a unity of architecture and nature, as a totem. It achieve a transformation of the surrounding environment by symple means and actions. A box representing the earth- composed by stratified glass and ground in between, and a double side material - mirror from outside and transparent from inside - is representing the sky. These two elements communicate between them directly - the mirror com es out from the ground, reaching the most pure and true form. The construction is made by steel frame, hidden in the distance between the glass panels. The light system is hosted along the perimeter of the upper frame structure. The space is multi-transformable. The floor of the pavilion hosts wood boxes which can provide diferent configurations including outdoor activity or floating floor(used in winter as isolation as well).
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    The concept has been developed imagine a possible balance between natural elements that represent two extreme sides of nature. The forces generate an attraction on their opposite sides reaching the imaginary horizon between the ground and the sky, where our architecture borns. The balancing pavilion is designed as a mean of shaping environmental elements. It manifests itself as a unity of architecture and nature, as a totem. It achieve a transformation of the surrounding environment by...

    Project details
    • Year 2013
    • Main structure
    • Cost 20000
    • Status Competition works
    • Type Parks, Public Gardens / Urban Furniture / Multi-purpose Cultural Centres / Art Galleries
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