上海2010年世博会,意大利展馆/Iodice

项目: ITALIAN PAVILION EXPO SHANGHAI 2010

建筑师:Giampaolo Imbrighi,Teresa Crescenzi,Antonello De Bonis,Cosimo Dominelli,Francesco Iodice,Giuseppe Iodice,Marcello Silvestre

客户: Ministero degli esteri

地点: 中国,上海

面积: 6000 ㎡

年代: 2008-2010

摄影: iodicearchitetti

来自Iodice建筑师事务所的Marcello Silvestre,给我们送来了他们设计的2010年上海世博会。来自Iodice建筑师事务所的Silvestre,Francesco Iodice,Giuseppe Iodice与Giampaolo Imbrighi, Teresa Crescenzi, Antonello De Bonis,Cosimo Dominelli一同设计了这个展馆。该建筑混合了意大利典型建筑的特点和中国上海的特点。

展馆面积为3600平方米,18米高。建筑内部被划分为大小不同的部分,它们之间用钢铁桥梁相连接。如果需要,它们可以在另一个城市中一点点地拆除和重建。

不能亲身参与上海2010世界博览会的人们可以欣赏IODICEARCHITETTI设计的意大利馆的照片,我们希望这些实地照片能反映展馆的精神。


Name of project: ITALIAN PAVILION EXPO SHANGHAI 2010

Architects:

Giampaolo Imbrighi

Teresa Crescenzi

Antonello De Bonis

Cosimo Dominelli

Francesco Iodice

Giuseppe Iodice

Marcello Silvestre

Client: Ministero degli esteri

Location: Shanghai, China

Project area: 6000 ㎡

Project year: 2008-2010

Photographs: iodicearchitetti

Our friend Marcello Silvestre, from Iodice Architetti sent us their design por the Italian Pavillion for the Shanghai World Expo 2010. Silvestre, along with Francesco Iodice and Giuseppe Iodice from Iodice Architetti worked with Giampaolo Imbrighi, Teresa Crescenzi, Antonello De Bonis, and Cosimo Dominelli in the design of the pavillion. The project proposes a building which integrates a typical model of the Italian urban building, with the architectural structure of the Chinese construction game called Shanghai. More images and architect’s description after the break.

The pavilion covers an area of 3.600 square metres and is 18 metres high. Inside it is divided into irregular sections of different dimensions, connected by a steel bridge structure where the connecting galleries are visible. If needed, the structure can be dismantled and reconstructed, on a smaller scale, in another part of the city.

The different sections of the building make up a geometrical variety symbolizing the tradition and regional customs which define the Italian identity: a type of mosaic of which each of the parts show a single picture. The form also highlights the topographic complexity of Italian cities, with its numerous short narrow roads and alleys which suddenly open onto a large square, a characteristic which can also be found in the traditional Chinese urban centres. A psychophysical effect of comfort is given by an internal garden, the presence of water and natural light which spreads throughout the area across the patios and by the walls.

For those of us not able to experience the Shanghai 2010 Expo in person, we hope these great photos by IODICEARCHITETTI of the Italian Pavilion will help convey the spirit of the project.