Maxthreads Architectural Design and Planning designed the Dublin’s Parlour Pavillion in Ireland.
Description from the architects:
Dublin’s Parlour Outdoor pavillion
The objective of this project is to design a new public civic space for Dublin. The Parlour will have a strong social cultural and environmental character and have a countrywide profile for holding an intense and varied programme of music and other outdoor events including markets and monster ceils.
The design concept derived from the flux/ flow of the mass pedestrian transportation point of the O2. Aim of the project is to create a strong, sculptural element with a distinctive roof form that will be prominent when viewed from large open space. Or the near by offices.
The pavilion. Proposed pavilion is to accommodate a large semi-outdoor indoor performance stage and seating area for hosing the music and other outdoor events. At the same the pavilion acts as a device which can re-organise the flux of large amount of visitors and pedestrians through the central open space.
The challenge of the pavilion is to create:
1. Using aluminium as light weight structural system to create long span, column free roof structure which can cover up to 700 square meters.
2. Eco-friendly design
3. A distinctive and iconic building on site.
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