For this project we found inspiration in a painting of the famous Dutch artist and architect named Theo van Doesburg (1883-1931), ‘Maison d’artiste’. It expresses a search for new ways and boundaries that reflects Philips’ pioneer spirit.
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Named Bungalow Germania, the project seeks to capture the spirit of a building that became ubiquitous in the West German media across the tenure of the Bonn Republic. This is juxtaposed against the architecture of the German pavilion, which was extensively remodelled in 1938 in the spirit of the German Reich.
The external skin of the stand delivers the first surprise. Fabric has been stretched across the ‘constructiv pila’ system from both sides to create a very special effect. On the outside, a transparent black gauze creates a consistent and homogenous surface, upon which the rhizoid inner fabric casts a tantalising shadow play.
Shop area has got the right characteristics to display the products, taking special care of right distribution, density of product, lighting… to enable a right perception to dignify the product. On top, the length of the refrigerated displays, the distribution of points of sale, etc. fulfill the requisite to avoid agglomerations and to allow to be served individually.
We built up the interior as natural continuation of the architecture. By functional design we separated the area into two zones: the front zone was incorporated into the exterior creating public space and feeling of console silhouette of the building; the rear zone was separated through floor and roof design that allowed reducing depth of space while keeping the panorama.