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ARCHIVO PAVILION


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HYPERBOLIC PATTERNS

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Hyperbolic patterns. Pattern. A discernible coherent system based on the intended interrelationship of component parts “According to Albert Einstein, events do not happen, they are there and we merely encounter them in passing, in an eternal present; there are no minor incidents on the way, history is merely one long chain reaction”. The pavilion Hyperbolic patterns creates a link between present and past, it integrates history and design; characters like Luis Barragán y Félix Candela contributed to an aesthetical vision of Mexico City; on one hand, Barragan used light as a tangible material, on the other hand, Candela applied structure as an aesthetic exterior/interior element. The event is a dominant element in Architecture, the pavilion, seen as a fragment of architecture, is the event as its best; the pavilion becomes the receptor of functions and transformations, is dynamic, flexible and transforms a neutral space into a collective space, this space promotes the interaction between individuals. Hyperbolic patterns Adrian Aguirre & Raul Rebolledo Archivo pavilion competition Mexico City, 2012

The shape responds to a melancholic vision of the hiperbolic paraboloid used by Candela, the pattern responds to structural stresses and creates a tension between open, closed, semi-open spaces (public and semi-public) and provides to the interior of the pavilion a series of light fragments, creating a different atmosphere based on natural light.


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Structure generation 1. Basic shape (torus 45m2) 2. 3.00meter height, create roof 3. Four base points/four control points 4. Add subdivisions, place them at level +/- 0.00 5. Rotate 90ยบ and duplicate. 6. Join, generate pavilion

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Structure studies and connections 1. Four base points and four control points. 2. Four base points and four control points, inverse. 3. Four base points and four control points., not aligned 4. Three base points and tree control points, asymmetric. 5. Two base points and two control points. 6. Simple connection. 7. Connection of 4 and 5 8. Complex connection of element 5 6 Four base points and four control points with central space.


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5 Surface analysis 1. Structural analysis 2. Curvature analysis 3. Sun path analysis 4 Surface tension, XZ coordinates 2. Surface tension, YZ coordinates

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Programme 1. Flexible area 2. Coffee/Lounge Furniture is not fixed, internal space is flexible

Circulations Lounge visit Flexibe area/lecture area visit Free patter Private area (depending on configuration)

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Surface responds to programme 1. Zona de lectura, presentaciones, mayor apertura 2. Zona de estar, menor apertura, mayor refugio


General plan view 1. Archivo Architecture & Design Museum 2. Pavilion location 3. Flexible area 4. Coffee/Lounge 5. Lounge/Sitting/Reading 4

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Dimensions. 13.00m x 8.00m Height. 3.00m Total covered area. 104.00m2

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Base Dimensions. 15.50m x 6.80m Total base.110.50m2

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Plan view & roof projection


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3.00m

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Panelization detail 1. Main/primary structure 2. MDF Panel, double sheet (hexagon faces) 3. Metalic joints for hexagon face connections 4. Hexagon panel, laser cutted (closed, semi-closed/0.25 aperture ratio, intermediate/0.5 aperture ratio, semi-open/0.75 aperture ratio, empty) 5. Hexagon panel out of center to avoid water/foliage accumulation

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1. Panelization and hexagonal subdivision 2. Secondary structure 3. Main/primary structure 4. Furniture and space division 5. Floor and illumination Afternoon configuration. Lounge / coffe area & lecture area

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Morning onfiguration. Lounge / coffe area & reading / sitting area

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Night configuration. Art exhibition/concert

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Hyperbolic patterns  

Archivo Pavilion competition booklet

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