Daha Fazla Göster
 

GLASS PAVILION

Glass Pavilion is a109 sqm glass structure and is located on the green area surrounding the 2. Grand National Assembly of Turkey. The pavilion serves as a lounge and a meeting hall. The transparent pavilion is carried by a tree shaped steel structure at the center. The cube shaped volume is raised 50 cm from the ground. LED strips are mounted at the raised interspace in order to give a floating effect to the cubic volume. The interior space is furnished with wooden elements. The parquet floor is framed by interior planting which is buried to the white pebbles that are lined in a strip. The entrance is through four identical entrances that are diagonally placed. Four identical wooden stairs are placed in front of the raised entrances, two of which open to the exterior pathway. The rectangular shaped pathway in front of the glass stucture, which is demarcated by lavender plants is connected to the pedestrian road of the Assembly. 

SITE PLAN

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AXONOMETRY

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PROJECT FACTS

LAND

Location                                                 Ankara, Turkey

PROJECT DATE

                                                                                2015

PROJECT DATA  

Total Construction Area                            227 m²

Total Landscape Area                               326 m²

PROJECT TEAMS

Architectural Project                                Yazgan Design Architecture

3D Image Credits                                    Yazgan Design Architecture

Landscape Design Project                         Yazgan Design Architecture

PROJECT AWARDS

                                                             2018, World Architecture Community Awards 27th Cycle Selected Project for WAA

                                                             2018, The Plan Award 2018 - 'Special Projects' Winner

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