A Pavilion in nine squares

In this exercise, which took place over a month, our goal was to start from a square base, divided into nine cells, thus creating a framework that will be the basis of our pavilion. It was also asked to choose several works of art in order to exhibit them. I decided to make a pavilion dedicated to Alexander Calder, exhibiting two of his mobiles: red molar (1960) and mobile on two planes (1962). 

I chose to start my project by rising it on three half-levels, which allowed me to generate distinct spaces, with different uses. I also worked on the relationship between the outside and the inside, the intimate and the public, by creating spaces without roofs, bringing natural light into the building.

Ground Plan
Exploded Isometry
Final Model
Study Models