Multifunctional Pavilion in Travno, Zagreb
Autori: Antonija Anđelić, Marija Bačeković, Luka Barković, Lucija MeglaMentori: Iva Muraj, Ivan Cetinić, Zorana Protić, Tihomir Rengel, Andrej MarkovićAkademska godina: 2014. Katedra za arhitektonske konstrukcije i zgradarstvoKabinet za arhitektonske konstrukcije, fiziku zgrade, materijale i tehnologiju građenjaTehnički studio
The Architecture an Integrated Disciplines Studio is designed as a simulation of work done in a real architectural bureau with focus on an integrated approach to design. Students work in teams on a project on polyvalent space that allows for in advance, undefined, variable content through its solutions. The plot is located within a distinctive urban structure of Novi Zagreb. The research topic concerning the polyvalent pavilion is the technical possibilities for flexibility of space reserved for variable content, which is manifested through a variety of formal and technical solutions at the level of primary construction, technological equipping and systems installation. When developing a project from concept to a working drawing and detailed design (architectural design, building physics project, project on supporting construction and project on building installations), special attention is paid to spatial technical requirements such as: reduction of surface without spatial barriers with the possibility of introducing variable content and the further implementation of conversion of space, synergy of programme and structure and readability of the structure in the finished form, rationality of structure, optimisation of orientation and implementation of technical solutions of natural systems, addressing the building envelope due to the logical choice of material in relation to heat, moisture and active protection from the sun, and an optimal solution for detailed design.