INTRODUCTION

The pavilion's design starts by taking a square building block divided into four equal parts. If we remove one part we have three left that leaves a L shape like form which we turn around so it is pointing upwards. After we stack them on each other in different lengths, you get a semi-transparent facade depending on the length of the building block. From outside, the pavilion looks square in shape and the inside has a round shape which transforms the facade so you have variety of transparency in it. 

 

The pavilion is for exhibitions to show products and showcase short movies. 

 

 

PAVILION

Royal Institute of Technology (KTH), School of Architecture

Year 2: Studio 4: Autumn 2011:

Architecture and Tectonics : Material Organization and Articulation

TEACHER: Erik Hökby & Daniel Norell

 

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