Tangram – konkurs


Zakres prac:

Pawilon sztuki.

Opis przypadku:

Modularny, wykorzystujący układankę Tangram pawilon sztuki.

Rozwiązanie:

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Constructing spatial shapes by the use of the module provides countless possibilities for generating new forms and makes them easy to modify.
Trying to create a system with the minimum set of components which provides an abundance of combinations, we decided to adopt elements of Tangram as a model.
Tangram originated in China 3000 years ago. It is a dissection puzzle consisting of seven flat shapes, called Tans, which are put together to form shapes.
The objective of the puzzle is to form a specific shape (given only in outline or silhouette) using all seven pieces, which may not overlap.

The coherent geometry of Tans applied to architecture allows the designer to compose a solid with harmonious proportions.
Our intention is not only to create a system that will raise a pavilion in the Light Box site but redesign it specify to the site and features provided at the Tent London Festival.
The project is an experiment first of all in the use of Tangram forms in architecture.
Using balanced modules, users & designers can adjust their pavilions for personal needs and the site’s constrictions.
In our opinion the size of elements and their relationships between them should prevent the designers from forming a disharmonious complex.
The organization of the design process on websites would create good conditions for the exchange of information.
This is a strong foundation to create a community, similar to the principles of ‚Open Source’, ‚Creative Commons’, or’ Open Design ‚.

Organizator konkursu:

The Art Fund Pavilon – Tent London

Współautorzy:

  • Karolina Szymanowska,
  • Kimmi Lee,
  • Damian Maciejewski,
  • Adam Skiba

Data realizacji:

2009