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Penda’s proposal was chosen as a winner of an invited competition to design a sustainable and post-usable Botanical Pavilion for the 2019 International Horticultural Expo in Beijing.
▽ 鸟瞰，Bird View
The design for Masterplan of the 30.000sqm site, is a assembly of modular building-blocks, that contain five main functions of the pavilion. Each block connects at the corners to its neighbours and offers a continuos space inside and one linked “urban gardening” area on the roof.
▽ 模块化的构件组合成连续的屋顶“城市花园” ，Modular building-blocks create one linked “urban gardening” area on the roof
The site of the horticultural expo is between the density of Beijing and the undulating river valleys in the North of the city. The area is rapidly growing in popularity as a recreational area for Beijing citizens. In this surrounding, the Horticultural Expo sets up to promote a healthy and ecological co- existence with our natural environment.
▽ 河谷间的园区，The project and the river
“千院”馆位于世园会园区的西侧。参观者从园区最东边进入展馆后，可顺着小径前往作为关键节点和集散点的中心广场，再经由广场前往展馆的各大功能区。靠北边设置了美食广场，包括一 间餐厅、一间酒吧和若干茶室，以 一个多功能厅，西侧是种植了各种珍稀植物的大型室内温室，最南边是教育和展览中心。所有功能都在底层和屋顶相连。
The “Thousand Yards” pavilion is located on the western area of the Horticultural Expo site. After entering the pavilion on the eastern border of the site, a path is guiding the visitors to a plaza in the center. This central plaza is a major pivotal point and meeting spot for visitors. From the plaza, people are taken further to the main functions of the pavilion. A foodcourt with a restaurant, a bar and several teahouses and a Multipurpose hall on the northern border, a large indoor greenhouse for untypical plants on the western side and a centre of education and exhibition on the southern edge. All functions feature a connected space on their lower 2 floors and outside gardening units on the roof.
▽ 夜景，Evening View
发现性/村庄结构 Curiosity / Village Typology
The pavilion was designed as a network of small scale units. It was a core feature to avoid a large, iconic structure that covers a majority of the land. Rather, we wanted to create a village-like typology that can be explored by the visitors. The small scale typology creates a space with the notion that something special is able to happen at each corner. A village creates diversity, it creates unexpected connections, and the curiosity to discover the unforeseen.
“大多数博览会展馆，均采用小径引导观展路线，导致展览缺乏乐趣。我们认为应鼓励参观者自己探索建筑其空间。通过搜索获得独一无二的发现，就如同你在城市的小巷中找到一家小咖啡 馆。这种惊喜的体验会在参观者和场地之间产生特殊的私人情结。我们认为建筑应营造这种空间”。—— 克里斯普
“In most Expo Pavilions, the paths are guided and that makes their exhibitions boring. We believe that architecture and its spaces need to be explored by the visitors. The hunt to make a unique discovery. Like, when you find a little cafe hidden in an alley of a city. That surprising connections create a special and personal bond to a place and we believe that architecture needs to make space for those possibilities,” says Chris Precht.