operalab mobile pavilion by PA architecture studio
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jan 28, 2013
operalab mobile pavilion by PA architecture studio


‘operalab mobile pavilion’ by PA architecture studio
the performance of traveling seats

 

 

developed by irani PA architecture studio, the pavilion proposal consists of vertical cables that
are supported by a steel framework – carrying the spectator’s seats that moving up and down through
a mechanical movement system (MMS). with capabilities to change position and viewpoints with the system,
the vertical movement of the concept creates a unique urban performance for citizens.
implementing a simple transparent structure and can be assembled and dismantled easily in different locations.

 

 


operalab mobile pavilion context

 

 


user interaction

 

 


detail

 

 


interior view

 

 

 

 


MMS detail

 


layout

 

 


assembly process

 

 

project information:

 

project team: jafar bazzaz, arash pouresmaeil, kamal youssefpoor
3D modeling: haleh arefi

 

 

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