4 edition of Serpentine Gallery Pavilion 2003 found in the catalog.
A publication accompanying the Serpentine Gallery Pavilion 2003 designed by Oscar Niemeyer, held from 20 June to 14 September 2003.
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ISBN: Press and Awards Brazilian architect Oscar Niemeyer is one of the founding fathers of modern architecture, and in was commissioned to design the pavilion for The Serpentine Gallery. A floor platform was extended from the east side of the Gallery across the lawn, ending at the cross path at a height of one meter where a set of stairs brought visitors back to ground level. This concept has also been applied to the design of the Pavilionwhose light and semi — transparent structure allows the integration, ethereal as a cloud, with the green of the place and the bottom of columns classic East Wing Gallery. ISBN: But then Niemeyer still talks the language of the young iconoclast.
Made from translucent material, the structure is illuminated from within at night. Appearing as if they had always been part of the landscape, these stones are used as supports, giving the Pavilion both a physical weight and an outer structure characterised by lightness and fragility. Unlike the subway systemthe brightly-colored construction materials were "panels of a translucent, multi-colored fluorine-based polymer ETFE " on structural steel and concrete slab floor. The units could be moved to form a more formal seating arrangement when the space was used for talks and film screenings. Like a team of archaeologists, we identify these physical fragments as the remains of the eleven Pavilions built between and
There were, however, some pleasures for the man who put Bilbao on the map with the Guggenheim Museum, and has given Los Angeles the nearest it has to a centre with the graceful curves of the Walt Disney Concert Hall. The structure and public space were so well-liked that the Gallery kept it standing well into the autumn months. We have to have the courage to do it. An introduction by Julia Peyton-Jones talks of the history of the Serpentine Gallery's Pavilion programme since it was initiated as a concept in - Koolhaas and Eliasson are the latest additions to an illustrious list of architects which include Zaha HadidDaniel LibeskindOscar Niemeyerand Alvaro Siza and Eduardo Souto de Moura with Cecil Balmond
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Not so for what may be the best modern architecture in London. In the end, it hardly matters. Hadid was already a trustee of the gallery — an eccentric showcase for contemporary art sited in a former tea house overlooking Hyde Park — and she set about the commission with her customary eye for detail.
Although feted internationally, he is, first and foremost, a "cariocca" citizen of Rio : the curves of its beaches, hills and women, he says, have long shaped his architectural imagination. And it was widely assumed she never would — especially in Britain, the country she has chosen as her home.
The architects often cite Joseph Beuys as an enduring artistic inspiration and collaborate with different artists on each architectural project. The Aquatics Centre she has created for the London Olympics is also taking shape nicely, its fluid, wavelike roof sure to become an iconic image of the Games.
It was one of the best pavilions carried out among all the proposals made for the Serpentine Gallery, a true pavilion or summer folie in the gardens of Hyde Park. Courtesy of OMA Sections.
But then Niemeyer still talks the language of the young iconoclast. He also introduced the Serpentine team to his friend the experimental British composer Thomas Ades, who opened the pavilion with a one-off performance.
The canopy will be raised into the air or lowered to cover the amphitheatre below according to the weather. The fine, fragile grid creates a strong structural system that can expand to become a large cloud-like shape, combining strict order with softness.
This too was much admired by other architects: 'It's surprising how many people refer to it, when I travel around. Steel studs of two square centimeters in width forming the three dimensional coordinate system which is the starting point geometry and construction of the welded structure.
We have to have the courage to do it. Although higher than the Gallery building, it was not higher than some of the trees surrounding. Perspectives Orthogonal The variation in floor covering corresponds to the transition from the inside to the outside.
Where the floor platforms was widened, a circular enclosure was created by fixing a series of translucent polycarbonate wall panels to the perimeter. Press and Awards Brazilian architect Oscar Niemeyer is one of the founding fathers of modern architecture, and in was commissioned to design the pavilion for The Serpentine Gallery.
The structure and public space were so well-liked that the Gallery kept it standing well into the autumn months. We are left with the memory of a modern design and an introduction to an architect who may go on to win the esteemed Pritzker Architecture Prize.
The roof resembles that of an archaeological site. But the budget means that instead they are dismantled and sold, recouping up to 40 per cent of their cost to help fund the following year's scheme. These terraces offer rest areas that allow the pavilion to be used as flexible social space.
Hadid's pavilion went to the Royal Shakespeare Company, which used it as a summer cafe outside its theatre in Stratford upon Avon until materials that were meant for only one night's use finally began to wear away.
The base of the 5 inflatable was hollowed out to produce a cubic void 10 metres by 10 metres by four metres high. I see architecture very differently from, say, Mies van der Rohe.
It is undeniably exciting to have a Niemeyer building of our own, albeit temporary, and it is a space that Londoners and visitors to the capital will doubtless take to their heart this summer. His daughter died during the making of his pavilion, he explains, and as a result he got to see it only once in its London setting.
She even designed the furniture. In the closed position the height was 20 metres. Highlights include two hour interview marathons convened by Koolhaas and Hans Ulrich Obrist with leading politicians, architects, philosophers, writers, artists, film-makers and economists exposing the hidden and invisible layers of London.
The installation tries to replicate the open structure of the clouds, which works by varying the density of intake modules sunlight through black steel construction. I remember being in the Oscar Niemeyer pavilion with a friend, and her little daughter was rolling around on the ramps and giggling.The Serpentine Gallery Pavilion has become established as a platform for international architectural experimentation.
Since the inaugural pavilion by Zaha Hadid inmany distinguished names have taken part in the programme, including Frank Gehry, Olafur Eliasson and the Japanese duo Sejima and Nishizawa of SANAA.
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Serpentine Gallery Pavilion was co-designed by Eliasson and Kjetil Thorsen, of the Norwegian architectural practice Snøhetta. A commission by the Serpentine Gallery, the temporary pavilion was situated adjacent to the gallery, in Kensington Gardens, in London.
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The Serpentine Gallery Paviliondesigned by seminal Brazilian architect Oscar Niemeyer, will be his first completed structure in the United Kingdom. Sited on the Gallery's lawn from June 20th to September 14th of that year, it will offer visitors an opportunity to experience a space.