- Type Design & Visualization Status constructed & dismantled Location Innsbruck, Austria -
The 'Soundpavilion' emerges as an emblematic centerpiece for the BONANZA Open Air Festival, nestled within the picturesque landscape of Innsbruck, Austria. This structure bears testament to an inventive form-finding methodology, meticulously crafted by its designers.
A special thanks to photographer Charly Schwarz
Composed of numerous identical modules, the pavilion is birthed through an additive process, each module interlocking to form a unified whole. This process culminates in a self-supporting, intricately articulated structure that defines its own space, encapsulating the essence of a constructive and spatial design unit.
The design journey of the 'Soundpavilion' has been an exploratory one, navigating the realms of computer-generated models and tangible physical prototypes. This iterative process facilitated the creation of its unique geometry: pairs of identical modules connecting to form the broader structural framework. Each module originates from three equally cut, flat elements, marrying simplicity with innovation.
The completed structure crystallizes into a lounge open on one side, inviting visitors into its embrace. This thoughtful opening frames a captivating view of the festival's concert stage, transforming the pavilion into a haven for festival-goers to relax and enjoy the pulsating rhythms of the music while immersed in the structural novelty of the 'Soundpavilion'.
The pavilion, a fleeting architectural spectacle, was transiently assembled for the celebration of the BONANZA Festival in the scenic city of Innsbruck.
At Innpark - Archenweg 70, Innsbruck, Austria
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