*쌍파울로 옵저버 [ Triptyque ] The Observatory_shiny metal restaurant

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쌍파울로를 투과하다. 레스토랑, 바, 아트 갤러리로 구성된 컴플렉스 빌딩의 독특한 외관; 공중으로 부유하는 거대한 직육면체는 주변의 모든 시선을 반사, 흡수하는 금속재질로 이루어진다. 이것은 주변공간을 흡수, 통합하는 건축적 장치로 쌍파울로를 내려다 보는 전망대 역활과 사람들의 미팅 장소로 사용, 공간의 캐릭터를 부여한다.

 

reviewed by SJ


The architecture agency Triptyque was commissioned to design a complex in São Paulo with three shops, a restaurant, a bar and an art gallery. The shops should have access to the city while the restaurant had to be housed in the upper floors.




Project : Freud/Oscar Freire
Localisation : R. Oscar Freire 1128, 1134, 1138 e 1142, Jardins São Paulo
Start of project (year): 2010
Delivery (year): 2012
Surface: 675 sqm
Built surface: 1400 sqm

Architecture: TRIPTYQUE
Associates: Greg Bousquet, Carolina Bueno, Guillaume Sibaud and Olivier Raffaelli
General coordinator: Luiz Trindade
Project manager : Aline D´Avola


The complex was designed as a binary metal structure: a "ground" level that receives the shops, and a "space" level called "the Observatory" which houses the restaurant where the group of Franco- Brazilian restaurateurs Chez Group has created its new meeting place: Chez Oscar.

Located on a street where the buildings are next to each other, the observatory is not a stage in addition, it is a building on a building, the city on the city. It opens a new dimension of growth spanning the shopping complex and overlooking the Oscar Freire neighbourhood of São Paulo.

Massive and cubic volume, the observatory is balanced on an asymmetric structure which imparts kinetic and operates a disruption between the street level and spatial scale effect. Completely covered with stainless steel, reflections are distorted and blurred over time and tropical storms.

In this design, the architects of the agency Triptych were strongly inspired by the concept of the space city of Yona Friedman created in 1959. It is an artificial topography composed of mega cities aboveground responding to the problem of rapid population growth in large urban areas in the world. It draws a three-dimensional city that multiplies the original surface of the city with elevated planes, and thus created a new map of the territory.

The building The Observatory Oscar Freire grasps architecture as a dynamic form, between materiality and potentiality, open to users interaction as well as environmental conditions. It was inaugurated in October 2013.



from  dezeen


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