‘bfresh spitiko’ is a greek company established in 2007, engaged in producing homemade juices with local recipes which are completely additive-free. with that in mind, athens-based 314 architecture studio has unveiled a greenhouse pavilion that promotes the brand’s natural soft drinks.

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the window of the pavilion borrows the classical arc of a greenhouse
all images courtesy of 314 architecture studio

 

 

the design concept presented by 314 architecture studio suggests the transformation of the industrial era’s greenhouse architecture. in other words, the pavilion for bfresh spitiko refers to the redesign of the greenhouse geometry using a more contemporary form — yet still keeping the materiality and essence of a classical structure. the construction includes a metal wireframe, with a prismatic roof that creates visual dynamics —  filled with triangulated glass panels. setting it in a forested landscape with ambiant lighting, the architecture adopts a more natural quality that takes in the green hues and organic shapes of the vegetation. 

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the roof is prismatic, giving the pavilion a more contemporary form and greater visual quality

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314 architecture studio greenhouse pavilion: plan view 

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spreads of the elevations

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section views of the greenhouse pavilion

 

 

project info:

 

architects: 314 architecture studio
design team: pavlos chatziangelides, giota chala, carlos celles, olga markou, valia gatsiou, georgina giassia, evita lazou, athina argyropoulou, dominique katramadopoulou, maria kissa, anna scarpa, stefania kontinou, deniz unsoy

 

 

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