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Atelier Gegebem: This project was located in Lin’an Qingshanhu Aquatic Forest Park as temporary pavilions for the Artifacts Art Exhibition that opened on June 1, 2022.
▽林间展亭鸟瞰图 Aerial view
In the aquatic forest, which covers an area of about one million square kilometers, there are more than 10,000 pond cypress and swamp cypress trees growing, and wooden trails built for visitors to walk through. As lake water rises in summer, part of tree trunks and all of wooden trails are flooded by then. Hence, the temporary pavilions were kept for less than two months.
▽两个展亭大全景 Two pavilions large panorama
▽六边形展亭 Hexagonal pavilion
▽方形展亭 Square pavilion
The first step was to select the site. We chose to place a number of square stools for visitors at the first important spot of the wooden trail, the Stairs Square. After passing it, around the following triangular turnoff, we chose a round platform that stands at the end of the trail, and another big rectangular platform with an area of about 40 m2 as the two exhibit locations.
▽台阶广场 Step square
The design concept is to minimize the intervention in the environment and maximize the integration with nature; the temporary exhibition buildings are positioned as “pavilions”. Similar to the traditional Chinese pavilions, our temporary pavilions can be viewed from both outside and inside: when viewing the pavilions in the aquatic forest, they stand gracefully and humbly, as well as in harmony with nature; when looking at the artifacts inside the pavilions, visitors can meanwhile experience the forest without barriers. However, different from the traditional Chinese pavilions, we designed upward sloping roofs, the form of which is based on two reasons: firstly, the roof shape comes from the image of a bird spreading its wings, because egrets roost here; the second point is to maximize the integration with wind, light, rain and other natural elements, so that visitors can fully feel the environmental atmosphere when stay there.
▽与自然和谐共处的六边形展亭 Hexagon pavilion in harmony with nature
▽六边形展亭全景 Panoramic view of hexagonal Pavilion
▽六边形展亭局部 Hexagonal pavilion local
▽六边形展亭屋面 Hexagonal pavilion roof
The clients had strict requirements for the construction cost and time of the project, therefore we chose a structure that could be constructed quickly and with low-cost materials: galvanized steel pipes and polycarbonate hollow sheets.
▽六边形展亭内部空间 Hexagonal pavilion interior space
▽栈道连接展亭 The trestle road connects the pavilion
▽屋面细部 Roof detail
▽六边形展亭落水管细部 Hexagonal pavilion downspout details
In pursuit of a lighter visual effect, we created a new way of using metal hose clamps and self-drilling screws to connect pipes, instead of using the finished goods of scaffolding fittings. Steel square tubes, which serve as purlins as well as assist in drainage of the roof, are placed on the top of the polycarbonate sheets. In order to make the pavilions hidden in the forest, mirror foils are used as the cladding of wooden counters. The choice of this mirror-reflective material is intended to bring the colors and textures of the forest to the surface of the pavilions. The mirror foils hang down along the railings to the ground, into the water.
▽消隐于自然的方形展亭 Hidden from the nature of the square pavilion
▽方形展亭全景 Square pavilion panorama
▽童心笛陶艺作品 Childlike innocence flute pottery works
▽与原始树木共生的方形展亭 A square pavilion symbiotic with the original trees
▽方形展亭屋面 Square pavilion roof
▽方形展亭局部 Square pavilion local
▽方形展亭落水管细部 Square pavilion downspout details
Under the supervision of two architects, four workers completed the construction in less than four days. All of the wooden counters were made by a carpenter in a workshop in the city and then transported to the site for the final assembling with mirror foils.
▽方形展亭夜景 Square pavilion night view
▽ 总平面图 Plan
▽展亭屋顶平面图 Pavilion roof plan
▽六边形展亭平面图 Hexagonal pavilion plan
▽六边形展亭轴侧图 Hexagon pavilion axis side view
▽六边形展亭西北立面图 Northwest elevation of hexagonal pavilion
▽六边形展亭西南立面图 outhwest elevation of hexagonal pavilion
▽方形展亭平面图 Plan of the square pavilion
▽方形展亭轴侧图 Square pavilion axis side view
▽方形展亭解析图 Analytic diagram of square pavilion
▽方形展亭西南立面图 Southwest elevation of the square pavilion
▽A-A剖面图 A-A profile
▽B-B剖面图 B-B profile
▽柱子细部 Column detail
▽屋面细部 Roof detail
客户：杭州青山湖旅游有限公司 & 策展人刘雅培
Project Name: Temporary Pavilions in Aquatic Forest Park
Year completed: 2022
Project area: 30m²
Project Location: Qingshanhu Aquatic Forest Park, Kejidadao, Lin’an District, Hangzhou, China
Design firm: Atelier Gegebem
Company website: http://ateliergegeben.com
Contact email: email@example.com
Chief Designers: Shengdi Fu, Quanquan Liu
Design Team: Shengdi Fu, Quanquan Liu
Client: Hangzhou Qingshanhu Tourism Ltd & Yapei Liu (Curator)
Photographer: Sai Zhao
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