2015米兰世博会罗马馆

原名称:Romanian Pavilion (Milan Expo 2015)
设计单位:SC Prospect SRL, Collective East Architects
分类:公共设施
内容:设计方案
设计团队:Gabriel Costachescu, Tudor Costachescu, Alexandre Motora, Ioana Nastase, Livia Palmadeala, Horia Tas
    这是由Collective East Architects设计的米兰世博会2015罗马馆。设计团队设计出一个“简单而强大的标志性建筑”,以展示罗马尼亚的农业史。作为一个“极具吸引力的标志性建筑”,罗马尼亚馆通过罗马尼亚传统元素的重复运用,形成一个极具国家特性的雕塑性建筑。从远处看,建筑外观呈现“内向而令人费解”,但当观众走进时,建筑开始展现其内容,在“珠宝博物馆”展现进一步细节。

    室内的垂直路径再现了罗马尼亚的文化遗产,观众开始体验,获得传统作物的信息概况,然后了解罗马尼亚肥沃的土壤情况、传统的农业技术以及如今人们仍在使用这些技术的情况。路径于屋顶平台结束,观众可以在这里直接接触罗马尼亚的基本谷类作物。

    Placing sixth in the competition to design the Romanian Pavilion for the 2015 Milan Expo, Collective East Architects offered a “simple and powerful landmark” that focuses on the history of Romania’s agriculture. Serving as an “attractor and orientation mark,” the structure was conceived by repeating a traditional Romanian pattern that “transformed the pavilion into a sculptural object with a powerful national identify.” From a distance, the facade appears “introverted and impenetrable;” as viewers move closer, the building begins to expose its contents, revealing a level of detail one would expect in a “jewelry museum.”

    One inside, the interior is perceived as an “initiatory vertical path” that recreates the Romanian cultural heritage. Viewers begin their experience with an informative overview on the typical crops, continuing with the fertile Romanian soils, the traditional agricultural techniques and finally with the people that still use these techniques, before the path ends on the roof terrace, where the visitor interacts directly with the basic romanian cereal crops.

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