Teahouse Ø / PAN- Projects

Curated by Paula Pintos
PAVILION • COPENHAGEN, DENMARK
Architects : PAN- Projects
Area : 11 m²
Year : 2019
Photographs : David Hugo Cabo, Anika Kondo
Manufacturers : AutoDesk, Chaos Group, Enscape, McNeel, RIAS
Products used in this Project
Lead Architect : Kazumasa Takada, Yuriko Yagi
Design Collaborator : Helene Christina Pedersen
Sponsor : STATENS KUNSTFOND (The Danish Arts Foundation)
City : Copenhagen
Country : Denmark

© David Hugo Cabo

Textual content description supplied by the architects. Floating Pavilion Ø is a sequence of pavilions that proposes city water areas as new public areas. Teahouse Ø is the primary one to be constructed amongst the sequence. Presently referred to as a sustainable metropolis, Copenhagen as soon as prospered as an industrial space, the canals throughout the town had been closely polluted on the time. All through the years, the Danish residents have been making enormous efforts into altering the state of affairs that resulted in changing the waterfront right into a hub for city actions.

© David Hugo Cabo

Aiming to spice up this nice motion for higher, sustainable future residing, the floating pavilion venture firstly has launched by PAN- PROJECTS by itself and later adopted and based by The Danish Arts Basis and the Metropolis of Copenhagen. Teahouse Ø is designed to specific the great thing about numerous pure phenomena created by the expressive substance water in house.

© David Hugo Cabo

Area fluctuates in various phenomena corresponding to reflections on the water floor, venture actions of climate, and transition of sunshine over time. The inside house and the looks of the architecture as seen from the surface are consistently altering relying on the encompassing setting.

© David Hugo Cabo

By making a translucent boundary product of acrylics that immediately displays the expression of the 360-degree water floor, the house succeeded in creating an area the place properly enforces the varied phenomena corresponding to sparkle, fluctuation, a haze of water, and probably the most importantly its great thing about our water house. The opposite two floating pavilions, Oyster bar Ø, and Plaza Ø are scheduled to be realized in coming years to have fun our sustainable way forward for the town.