Hong Kong

Hong Kong

Hong Kong , 2013

The pavilion is a one-floor construct, elevated from the terrain, reversed, elusive and immeasurable. This relation toward the surrounding space establishes new dimensions, new reversed aspects.

There are three basic elements that form the structure of the Arts Pavilion – an open plaza, the vertical communication in the central zone and the “roof”, a closed exhibition space with a glass floor/under-light.

The outer covered area becomes an important element of the entire composition. It allows new possibilities, it provides potential. Its facades/boundaries are invisible, existing in the infinity of panorama, including the vistas of the dynamic city, the silhouette of skyscrapers, the nature, the sea. Its boundary exceeds the site, and the velocity it establishes is determined by the velocity of our gaze

Paviljon je jednoetažan, podignut od terena, obrnut, neuhvatljiv i nesaglediv. Takvim odnosom prema prostoru oko sebe uspostavljaju se nove dimenzije, novi obrnuti pogledi.

Tri osnovna elementa koji čine strukturu Arts Paviliona su otvoreni trg, vertikalna komunikacija u centralnoj zoni te „krov“, zatvoreni izložbeni prostor sa staklenim podom/ podsvjetlom.

Vanjski natkriveni prostor postaje važan element ukupne kompozicije. On otvara nove mogućnosti, potencijalan je. Njegove fasade/ granice su nevidljive, egzistiraju u beskonačnosti pogleda uključujući vizure dinamičnog grada, siluetu nebodera, prirode, mora. Njegova granica šira je od parcele, a brzina koji uspostavlja određena je brzinom našeg pogleda

Hong Kong

competition 
2013
Address: 
Hong Kong
Team:
Igor Franić
Ivana Curić
Zorana Debeljuh
Tajana Derenčinović Jelčić
Sonja Franić
Petar Reić
Simona Sović Štos

Client: WKCDA - West Kowloon Cultural District Authority

Gross surface area: 618 m2

Site area: 1 411 m2