건축어휘만 변경될 뿐 장소와 함께한 건축요소들은 다른 이름으로 저장됩니다. 기 사용된 건축자재를 재활용, 지역주민들을 위한 임시구조물, 써클파빌리온(카 페테리아)로 제공됩니다. 파빌리온의 입면을 디자인하는 180개의 목재문, 철거한 주거로 부터 추출한 목재를 이용한 팀버 프레임워크 (구조보), 슈퍼마켓 지붕에서 추출한 미네랄울을 단열재로 사용합니다. 50개의 우드체어 또한 버려진 가구를 도색, 사용합니다.
designed by encore heureux architects, this temporary structure in paris is an experimental project built using reused materials. the name ‘circular pavilion’ refers not to the building’s shape, but rather to a design process that involves using recycled components. the scheme demonstrates the potential of re-use in architecture, which fits the context of the 2015 united nations climate change conference.
location: paris, france
client: pavillon de l’arsenal
area: 70 sqm
team: encore heureux + tribu + bonnefrite + camping design
building materials have been taken from construction sites, erroneous orders, and unused stock, with the façade comprising a total of 180 wooden doors. the timber framework is made of left over material from the construction site of a retirement home, while partitions consist of former exhibition walls. insulation uses mineral wool removed from a supermarket roof. in addition, 50 wooden chairs were collected from waste sites, before being fixed and painted.
‘with this experimental process, we wanted to demonstrate that access to new material deposits relies on new relationships with those in charge of deconstructing and dismantling buildings,’ explain the architects. ‘an improved focus on existing resources and materials would allow us to reduce our consumption of primary resources, as well as avoiding the production and accumulation of waste. (the project) is part of an ongoing research toward an architecture characterized by sobriety and pertinence.’
currently sited in front of the hôtel de ville, the pavilion hosts exhibitions, workshops, and debates. at the beginning of 2016, the structure will be dismantled and reinstalled permanently in paris’ 14th arrondissement as the clubhouse for a sports association.
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