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Rose Pavilion Presentation Work in Progress, Design Thinking

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The idea of rose pavilion derives from the freestanding
constructions popular in XIXth and
early XXth century. This polygonal structure was
designed for entertainment, hosting performances
given by artists and musicians.
Rose Pavilion is a contemporary interpretation
of such an attraction point in public space where
people can gather together.

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Rose Pavilion Presentation Work in Progress, Design Thinking

  1. 1. dedicated to 14th International Architecture Exhibition by Dimitry Demin rose pavilion
  2. 2. The idea of rose pavilion derives from the free- standing constructions popular in XIXth and early XXth century. This polygonal structure was designed for entertainment, hosting performan- ces given by artists and musicians. Rose Pavilion is a contemporary interpretation of such an attraction point in public space whe- re people can gather together. Rose Pavilion by Dimitriy Demin the idea
  3. 3. Pavilion, besides being the real architectural object, belogs to the virtual world as well. With the use of projection mapping technologies, it creates the network of spaces and enables the user to convey between them. The columns and domeare used as a screen for live shows to displace a person to another environment. The pavilion unfolds to be the aesthetical spati- al object as well as it becomes a space-time machine
  4. 4. The form of the pavilion is influenced by the natural beauty of Rosaceae Rosa canina flo- wer. These roses have a pentagonal symmet- ry and double curvature in their petals. rosa Natural features have been translated through mathemathical rules into an aesthetically beautiful architectural form. The geometry of Rose pavilion is based on Calabi–Yau manifolds as the initial mathema- tic prototype of the design. calabi–yau manifold
  5. 5. The structure of the pavilion is divided into five main load-bearing parts, merging har- moniously with each other: the dome and the columns. Curved metal sheets are welded together or connected by screws and rivets. the design
  6. 6. SectionFront - Façade
  7. 7. With the collaboration with RoboFold- worldwide known company using robotic technology for architectural structures, tests of curved folding as a method of generating forms were run. folding
  8. 8. A CENTRE FOR INFORMATION
  9. 9. Finite element method calculations have been used to determine the load-bearing capacity of the structure. This influenced the final form of the Rose Pavilion, helping to shape the in- terpretation of the physical and geometric pro- perties of rose petals which inspired it. calculations
  10. 10. The pavilion has high performance compo- nents because of the automation of the de- sign cycle and manufacturing process. This is the result of architectural design being inte- grated with the use of robots in an innovative way which makes production purely mechanical. the production
  11. 11. the projection Images and videos are projected onto the surface of the pavilion by five HD projectors. The projectors are built into the columns as an integral part of the structure. As the as- sumption of the pavilion is to displace a per- son to another environment- the themes of the projections contains space images of varied locations, time periods and scale.
  12. 12. © 2014 Dimitry Demin ETH Zürich, prof. Ludger Hovestadt CAAD Department, HPZ Floor F, Schafmattstr. 32, 8093 Zurich, Switzerland Achitectural team: Achilleas Xydis Mathematical consultant: Denis Petrov Engineering: Jürgen S. Wassink Prototyping: Nan Jiang Sponsors: Partners: No part of this publication may be reproduced, stored in a retrieval system or transmitted, in any form or by any means, without a licence or the prior written consent of the publisher.

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