IaaC – Endesa Pavilion

IaaC - Endesa Pavilion - surface and surfaceDynamic solar powered pavilion designed by The Institute for Advanced Architecture of Catalonia as part of the Smart City Expo in Barcelona, Spain. The project is broken into triangular modules of varying sizes depending on the orientation to maximize solar energy production and reduce solar gain during the summer months. The angles of the modules also allow for solar gain during the winter months when the angle of sun light is lower. More interesting projects by IaaC below

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IaaC - Endesa Pavilion - surface and surface

IaaC - Endesa Pavilion - surface and surface

IaaC - Endesa Pavilion - surface and surface

IaaC - Endesa Pavilion - surface and surface

IaaC - Endesa Pavilion - surface and surface

8 comments
  1. It kind of reminds me of this ‘honeycomb’ architecture in Jerusalem

    http://www.gojerusalem.com/discover/item_11247/Ramot

    • Mark said:

      That’s pretty cool looking alright

  2. Reblogged this on hannah beth.

    • Mark said:

      Thanks for the reblog!

  3. amar said:

    Incredible structure! I wish I didn’t know that wood so well.

    • Mark said:

      These are all renders so I’m not sure if this will ever be built or if it’s even possible to build it but hopefully it will be soon

      • amar said:

        Wow nice renders!

  4. Mark said:

    Just saw this on youtube so turns out they built this pavilion

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