Cloud Pergola by Bruno Juričić

Croatian Pavilion at the Venice Architecture Biennale

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地中海见证过无数的历史与过去,征战与文明。然而它会否也成为见证我们未来的地方?在本次威尼斯国际建筑双年展的克罗地亚馆中,设计师Bruno Juričić用无数格架打造成绿廊,并用这种典型的地中海建筑形态向我们展示了充满未来感的人类空间。

The Mediterranean sea is a region full of history and past, of great conquests and culture. But is this a place we can picture our future in? Cloud Pergola / The Architecture of Hospitality, the Croatian Pavilion at the Venice Architecture Biennale, surprised visitors with a exhibition curated and authored by architect Bruno Juričić, by transforming a classic mediterranean typology, the pergola, into an uncommon and futuristic forest of lattice trees.

   

建筑师Alisa Andrasek 和 Bruno Juričić以云图为模型,依据场地的环境数据分析结果整合成特定的形态、图形、姿态、构造、空隙和光效,并通过数学方法对云的形成进行捕捉,最终展现出人与自然界变化的的关系。

Cloud Pergola / The Architecture of Hospitality is composed by Cloud Drawing -the main installation of the pavilion, curated by architects Alisa Andrasek and Bruno Juričić- that in fact re-designs the relationship between the natural world and human intervention by mathematically capturing clouds formation, while simultaneously integrating site-specific environmental data into a synthesis of form, figure, posture, tectonics, porosity, and light effect.

该装置运用3D打印技术,将300公斤生无可降解塑料沿建筑师设计的空间流动定量体位拼装而成。Arup公司对该装置装配全过程进行了结构性的指导,包括帮助定位空间图像和分析由超过100,000个元件相互挤压而成的复杂结构。

Formed of 300 kilograms of 3D printed bio-degradable plastic, the pavilion cloud-like structure is formed of voxels oriented along a field of vectors generated by a set of fluid forces designed by the architect. Arup provided structural guidance throughout all phases of the design in the definition of the voxels and in the analysis of the complex structure made of more than 100,000 extruded elements.

装置下方沿墙展示的艺术作品来自Vlatka Horvat。他将地平线化作距离的物理体现,来隐喻该装置所探讨的未来可能性。

Under the cloud, a wall-based work by Vlatka Horvat is hosted: in To Still the Eye the visual artist explores the notion of horizon as a physical manifestation of distance and as a metaphor for the future, wanting to address this sense of possibility.

为增强该装置的沉浸式体验,设计师邀请艺术家Maja Kuzmanović为该空间打造独特的声音效果,营造了人在连廊下的欢快氛围。

In the background, so as to create an immersive environment, transdisciplinary artist Maja Kuzmanović proposes an audio installation titled Ephemeral Garden that evokes the sense of convivial gatherings under a pergola.

Cloud Pergola / The Architecture of Hospitality
Croatian Pavilion at the 16th International Architecture Exhibition of La Biennale di Venezia directed by Yvonne Farrell and Shelley McNamara
26 May to 25 November 2018
preview: 24 and 25 May 2018
www.pergola.ai
Curator and exhibition author: Bruno Juričić
Curatorial advisor: Branka Benčić
Exhibitors: Alisa Andrašek, Vlatka Horvat, Bruno Juričić, Maja Kuzmanović
Commissioner: Ministry of Culture of the Republic of Croatia
Organization: Moderna galerija – National Museum of Modern Art, Zagreb
Location: Corderie, Venezia, Italy
Year: 2018

All photo by Jan Stojkovic

More: Bruno Juričić

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