the necessity of in depth residence workplace use in 2020 led jiří příhoda to create ‘biblio-pavilion’ — a spot to flee from the pc display and be submerged within the parallel actuality of printed medium, with ample area to lounge with a e-book. internally, the studying room takes on the type of an empty baroque helix column, peeled inside-out by an oblong grid of vertical and horizontal planes of white, painted, plywood development. with ‘biblio-pavilion’, příhoda continues to increase his experimentation with unfavourable shapes shaped by baroque-era architectural components, which was first launched at his participation within the design exhibition DOMUS in 2015, and in his solo exhibition at chateau troja, prague in 2016.
the ‘inside – sculptural’ model of ‘biblio-pavilion’
příhoda determined to work on two variations of each the outside and the inside of ‘biblio-pavilion’. the ‘inside – sculptural’ model of the pavilion, with none ceiling or outer cylindrical wall, is right to position into a bigger structure with daylight seeping by means of its roof. one can stack lots of of books round its outer perimeter, and the entire object turns into one large cylindrical bookcase. in the meantime, within the ‘exterior – architectural’ model of the pavilion, the ceiling is conceived out of corrugated clear roof sheeting, which can also be used as a cylindrical outer wall. the winding stairwell, spiraling across the helix inside, turns into an area the place one can find books on a single, massive spiral bookcase.
photographs of the ‘exterior – architectural’ model of ‘biblio-pavilion’ comply with —
undertaking identify: biblio-pavilion
creator: jiří příhoda
object sort: sculptural object / small structure
location: austin, texas
dimensions: diameter 4.5 m, top 3m (inside model), 3.25 m (exterior model)
inside flooring space: 5.7m2 of the within helix flooring / 9.2m2 space of the stairwell
exterior model: corrugated clear roofing polygal sheeting, plywood, white paint, cloth
inside model: plywood, white paint, cloth
nina azzarello I designboom
jan 13, 2021