Here is a Transmutation Pavillion: A dynamic art building concept infused with elements of sustainability. The evolution of ecological architecture has always been characterized by considerations of innovative spatial elements. While sustainability is the focus of these buildings is the efficient use and distribution of spaces, which plays an important role in the overall success of a structure. Moving along this progression structure, the designer Michael Jantzen has come out with one of his avant-garde space. Dubbed the “Pavilion of transmutation,” the design of the building includes the original functional public art, with a large number of sustainable features.
Images of Building Concept: The Transmutation Pavillion
Michael Jantzen Pavilion Transmutation
The dynamic inherent attribute of this design is embodied by the game processing of these spatial elements, such as the panels. But the ingenious idea is not limited to the extent of change in visual form and complete. As a matter of fact, is also required within (and outside) view provided by the building of “transmutation” of art. Such as fronts or signs of change in position angle, the user is forced to take a more conventional way traffic in the building (to monitor a better view or interesting). But even when passing through the interior, there will be specially constructed integrated sensor motion components in the glass floor to control the movement of the user. And based on data supplied by the collective system of sensors, the intelligent building (cylindrical components) automatically changes its configuration. This will result in a viewing experience more varied and unique, by the user.
Come to the forefront of accessibility, the building has a collective system of stairs connecting the various areas of the structure. Of course, other than to ensure accessibility, these components of the ladder also allow a myriad of perspectives (whole building) to the user.
And finally, get to the important factor of sustainability, we must remember that the transmutation Pavilion expands to be a fine example of green architecture. For that, the building will be completely powered by solar energy and clean “green”.The movement pattern of construction must be juice by a solar array center, which in turn is mounted on a main curved panels. And in a fit of conscience, the designer has thought of a clever mechanism, allowing the excess energy (produced by the building) to provide the main power grid.
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