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Triumph Pavilion 2018 in Museum Gardens, London

Architectural Project in Bethnal Green – Folly in London design by Julie Biron, Berlin, Germany

10 Jul 2018

Triumph Pavilion 2018 in Bethnal Green

Architectural Design: Julie Biron, Berlin, Germany

Location: Museum Gardens, Bethnal Green, East London, England, UK

Triumph Pavilion 2018

Triumph Pavilion 2018 in Museum Gardens London

The design for this contemporary Pavilion represents a journey of discovery with a pattern that always changes, by dissolving gradually to reveal the beauty of the Museum Gardens environment as the visitors move outwards from the central chamber – A fascinating maze of discovery, fusing the inside with the outside. It is one that architect hoped will echo with London and the fusion of different cultures and communities.

Triumph Pavilion 2018 in Museum Gardens London

The fifth edition of ArchTriumph‘s Triumph Pavilion in the Museum Gardens in Bethnal Green, London E2 9PA, next to the Victoria and Albert (V&A) Museum of Childhood is providing the public with a playful and elegant maze of discovery.

Triumph Pavilion 2018 in Museum Gardens London

With an intriguing layering of tile curtains to create a three-dimensional effect that dissolves as visitors explore the structure towards the central seating chamber – certainly a worthy reward and adds to the experience of finding this beautiful central resting space.

Triumph Pavilion 2018 in Museum Gardens London

Triumph Pavilion 2018 in Museum Gardens London

The installation, which also coincides with the London Festival of Architecture, is one of the main annual highlights of Pavilions in the UK capital during summer.

Triumph Pavilion 2018 in Museum Gardens London

Triumph Pavilion 2018 in Museum Gardens London

Julie Biron, a Berlin based practice headed by French architect Julie Biron was selected to design this year’s Pavilion on the basis of the stunning proposal and contemporary interpretation of this year’s Triumph Pavilion theme of “Infusion” exploring the use of tiles in architecture exteriors and interiors.

Triumph Pavilion 2018 in Museum Gardens London

Triumph Pavilion 2018 in Museum Gardens London

The stunning design chosen from hundreds of proposals submitted to an annual international competition is finished with Villeroy & Boch tiles and engineered by Buro Happold represents a journey of discovery with a pattern that is always changes, by dissolving gradually to reveal the beauty of the Museum Gardens environment as the visitors move outwards from the central chamber – A fascinating maze of discovery, fusing the inside with the outside. It is one that architect hoped will echo with London and the fusion of different cultures and communities.

Triumph Pavilion 2018 in Museum Gardens London

Triumph Pavilion 2018 in Museum Gardens London

The Pavilion is a self-supporting structure measuring approximately 2.50m in height and 67m² in area. Constructed primarily out of coated steel frames, stainless steel cables and ceramic tiles, it is supported by solid steel ground beams underpinned by structured steel ground anchors with carbon steel heads. The entire structure weighs approximately 6,000 kg (6 tonnes).

Triumph Pavilion 2018 in Museum Gardens London

Triumph Pavilion 2018 in Museum Gardens London

Triumph Pavilion 2018 in Museum Gardens London

Triumph Pavilion 2018 in Museum Gardens London

Triumph Pavilion 2018, Museum Gardens – Building Information

Project Title: Triumph Pavilion 2018: Infusion Pavilion
Client: ArchTriumph
Architectural Design: Julie Biron, Berlin, Germany
Site Total area: 10,520 Square Metres (m2)
Total Permitted Build area: 100 Square Metres (m2)
Pavilion Gross Floor area: 67 Square Metres (m2)
Pavilion Height: 2.5 Metres (m2)
Pavilion Weight: approximately 6,000 kg (6 tonnes)
Materials: Coated Steel, Stainless Steel Cables, Tiles and coated wood bench blocks. Supported by solid steel ground beams underpinned by structured steel ground anchors with carbon steel heads
Location: Museum Gardens, Cambridge Heath Road, London E2 9PA, United Kingdom (next to the V&A Museum of Childhood)
Status: Completed
Project Start Date: 16 January 2017
Project Complete Date: 07 June 2018
Cost: £30,000

Triumph Pavilion 2018 in Museum Gardens London

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