Central Park Summer Pavilion

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CPSP - 1529
Escuela Técnica Superior de Arquitectura de Sevilla / es Spain
3 miembros
Ignacio Ruz Portero
Sonsoles Luque
Ignacio Ordiales

Tipo de proyecto:
Espacios Públicos

Once upon a time, a singular summer day...
New York was an outstanding city with its tall buildings, where the sun peeked through the large and voluptuous blocks.
Considering a city where each space had a specific use, nature was also concentrated in a few locations.
Approaching from a refreshing point of view, a pavilion without architectonical barriers, where light, transparency, shades, shapes and colors create an ephemeral multidisciplinary atmosphere was designed.
By doing so, the existing norms were intervened. In opposition to the skyline of the city, the project provided an outdoor-activity area which was adaptable to the user’s preference.
The structure consisted a network of wires and colorful textil suspended by a set of balloons.
When the balloons were elevated provide an open view of the surrounding area without any restriction, creating a pleasant microclimate. Furthermore it enhanced natural ventilation as a result of the shades that the roof casted and the light-weighted nature of the supports, which hardly touched the ground.

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