Prototype for Temporary Sales Pavilion Beijing

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Chinese Architecture in Jiangsu Province, China, Asia – design by OPEN Architecture

29 Jan 2016

Prototype for Temporary Sales Pavilion Beijing

Prototype for Temporary Sales Pavilion Beijing

Design: OPEN Architecture

Prototype for Temporary Sales Pavilion

DESIGN NAME:
Prototype for Temporary Sales Pavilion

INSPIRATION:
Reflecting on the wasted resources and design efforts behind the sales pavilion as an unique Chinese phenomena in recent years, and inspired by ancient Chinese wooden structures that can be taken apart and put together again.

Prototype for Temporary Sales Pavilion

UNIQUE PROPERTIES / PROJECT DESCRIPTION:
OPEN conceived a prototype V1.0 of standard temporary sales pavilion that enables speedy construction, can be adaptable to different programs and sites, and more importantly, dissembled after each use and reassembled at another location. This re-useable building is an experiment to test the ultimate potential of sustainability, not only in its realized physical form, but also the meaning in its life cycle. Devised from one modular system, the steel structural skeleton, and the composite floor panels made from steel and concrete, are prefabricated and bolted together on site. Both the solid aluminum panels and the glass panels take on the same module, which allows a somewhat free arrangement of openings on the façade according to different program requirement behind. Internally, the space is organized with one bridge that connects 5 boxes that each contains different types of functions. The interior décor can vary, as well as the positions of the five boxes.

PROJECT DURATION AND LOCATION:
The project started in November 2012 and finished in August 2013 in Beijing, China.

FITS BEST INTO CATEGORY:
Architecture, Building and Structure Design

Prototype for Temporary Sales Pavilion

PRODUCTION / REALIZATION TECHNOLOGY:
Devised from one modular system, the steel structural skeleton, and the composite floor panels made from steel and concrete, are prefabricated and bolted together on site. The modular concepts extends to the building envelope – both the solid aluminum panels and the glass panels take on the same module, which allows a somewhat free arrangement of openings on the façade according to different program requirement behind. Internally, the space is organized with one bridge that connects 5 boxes that each contains different types of functions, yet allowing a large continuous open space to organize the public viewing and events. The interior décor can vary, as well as the positions of the five boxes. In this built case, a minimal yet colorful and futuristic atmosphere is created to counter the common expectation for the luxurious yet often compromised sales offices that the public is used to see around them. The pavilion presents itself from the outside as a simple horizontal silver tube floating above a sheet of water, recalling 1960s’ experimental space capsules. The visitors approach the building through a rising bridge over the reflecting pond, entering the pavilion from one end of the large tube, through the different functional spaces inside, exit on the other end of the tube, before they walk towards the show-flat behind.

Prototype for Temporary Sales Pavilion

SPECIFICATIONS / TECHNICAL PROPERTIES:
1115 sqm

TEAM MEMBERS:
Principals in Charge: Li Hu, Huang Wenjing;, Project Team: Liu Xiujuan, Qiao Shawei, Laurence Chan, Daijiro Nakayama, Zhao Yao, Zhai Dongyuan, Jia Han, David Dominguez;, Local Design Institute: CABR Technology Co., Ltd.

Prototype for Temporary Sales Pavilion

IMAGE CREDITS:
All Photos: Su Shengliang

CLIENT/STUDIO/BRAND DETAILS
NAME: OPEN Architecture

PROFILE:
OPEN Architecture is an international team of architects and designers, with collaborators across different disciplines to practice urbanism, architecture, interior and the production of strategies in the context of new challenges of our time. OPEN believes that research and collaboration is the foundation for design and creation. In recent years, OPEN’s researches have focused on the social and environmental problems associated with the unprecedented speed of urban development in developing countries especially China. These researches have enabled OPEN’s practice to be rooted deeply in our social and economic context. While emerging in the ample opportunities along with great difficulties, OPEN strives to create architecture and urban spaces that establish a new relation with the nature and our society. OPEN collaborates with experts from different disciplines, it has also built up expertise on sustainability and collaborative working relationship with leading engineers and institutions in the field. OPEN was founded by Li Hu and Huang Wenjing in New York City. It established the Beijing office in 2006. Some of the built or ongoing projects by OPEN include: Columbia University GSAPP’s Studio-X Beijing, Gehua Youth and Cultural Center, Temporary Sales Pavilion Prototype for Beijing Vanke, Beijing No.4 High School Fangshan Campus, Staff’s Dormitory of Fuzhou NetDragon Company, Ocean Center of Tsinghua University Graduate School, Pingshan Performing Art Center, Shanghai West Bund Oil Tank Art Center and Wuhan Skyline. Recently, OPEN won the First Prize of 2012 World Architecture Magazine’s Chinese Architecture Award, the Best Architecture Award of China Architecture Media Awards, the Gold Award of Asia Pacific Interior Design Awards 2013 (APIDA), Re-thinking the Future Awards 2014 and first prize of 2014 WA Chinese Architecture Housing Award.

AWARD DETAILS
Winner- Prototype For Temporary Sales Pavilion-by Open Architecture is Winner in Architecture, Building and Structure Design Category, 2014 – 2015.

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