Mobile Space I,II

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Mobile Space I, II
2012/13 "Germany and India, Urban Mela" - Diamond Dome, Crystal Cube
Pavilion buildings for the  presentation of Germany in India

Development and realization of 16 unique pavilion object buildings as textile multifunctional rooms (exhibition, presentation, conference, concert, event) with 6 different construction types as lightweight steel constructions. 

The outside design of the buildings was inspired by the crystalline shapes of polished gems as well as the topic cloth / woven material. The pavilions can be combined with each other, attached and the facing construction adapted in material (steel, wood, different membranes) and appearance. The pavilions with appropriate fire protection are translucent and available in different colors double- and single-walled for different climate regions. All pavilions are completely recyclable. The different construction materials like steel, wood, polyvinyl coated textiles (membrane) in different colors/sizes are screwed or connected with tension belts and therefore easily disassembled and repaired.

 

Diamond Dome
Type 1 Multifunctional Pavilion with
red/white front in diamond shape folded
round shape, ground space 130 sqm, height 5 m
single-walled facing, membrane opaque/translucent
conical basic form opened to the top, steel facade 
elements, facade elements stackable like chair 
stacks for storage / transport, roof construction 
made of stainless steel cables, lightweight construction
Crystal Cube
Type 2  Multifunctional Pavilion with
gold/white front, bevelled facade
square shape, ground space 80 sqm 
height 4 m, single-walled facing, opaque/translucent
The roof construction consists of 
nine panels. Roof and facade made of steel tubes, 
stainless steel cables, lightweight construction 
 
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Diamond Dome
Type 1 Multifunctional Pavilion

 

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assembly of the diamond construction 
made of steel tubes  

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top view  

-rope connections/node roof center

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side view

-Crystal Cube
Type2 Multifunktional-Pavilion

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Planning: Markus Heinsdorff, Munich, Germany (Design); Schlaich Bergermann und Partner, Stuttgart, Germany (Structural Planning); Architekturbüro Bachschuster, Ingolstadt, Germany (Architectural Planning)

Consulting: Dr. Krekeler Generalplaner, Brandenburg/Havel, Germany (Technical Project Management); Koch Membranen, Rimsting/Chiemsee, Germany (Consulting Membranes)

Construction, Infrastructure & Maintenance (5-City-Tour): Swift Exhibits, Gurgaon, India (General Contractor, Steelworks, Overlay Services); McCoy Architectural Systems, Navi Mumbai, India (Membranes) 


Markus Heinsdorff I Atelier I Friedrichstr. 27 I D - 80801 München I phone +49 89 220397
fax +49 89 2285340 I mobil +49 173 3923104 I markus@heinsdorff.de I www.heinsdorff.de