“REACTOR” by ARCHSTRUKTURA for the Atomic Energy Pavilion at Moscow competition

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Location in the regular Park – monument of the Soviet period and the neighborhood with buildings that are certainly cultural and architectural and urban value, defined “ephemeral” nature of the architectural design of the pavilion.

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The pavilion is a phantom, a Mirage, that does not enter into a serious dialogue with neighbors, and blends with the environment, however, distorting and transforming it into a modern media message.

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Three-dimensional gradient model gradually dissolves in the environment, blurring the boundary between the street and the interior space, revealing the true opacity = permeability, which symbolizes the “openness” of the nuclear industry.

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A new typology identified innovative approach to communication characteristics of the building shell.

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Total interactivity structural model fully responsible entity “neuromatrix”, now is not the mediafacade integrates into the building, but the building becomes interactive 3D media – attractor.

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The selected structure assumes an unlimited number of scenarios activity, offering various kinds of multi-functional public spaces, from public space at ground level, to club spaces within the complex.

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The space in front of the entrance zone of attraction is a meeting place, a space for different types of entertainment taking into account the change of seasons, summer cafe.

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Upper part 3D gradient provides daylight the main functionality of the system – “reactor”, located underground. Source by ARCHSTRUKTURA.

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Location: Moscow, Russia
Architect: ARCHSTRUKTURA
Project Team: Anton Nagavitsyn, Marina Kalashnikova, Vlad Ryabov, Anastasia Davidova, Olga Rachkovskaya, Suren Meliksetyan
Year: 2015
Images: Courtesy of ARCHSTRUKTURA

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