Exhibition Pavilion of Wroclaw University of Science and Technology
- author: Jerzy Latka
- Date: July 2014 - June 2015
- status: implemented
The exhibition pavilion of Wroclaw University of Science and Technology for the 70th anniversary of the University is a hybrid paper-wooden structure. The Pavilion was composed in form of six segments in the production hall and next transported to the city center of Wroclaw. The Pavilion was presented at Solny Square and afterwards was moved to the campus of the university
Pavilion is as an innovative wooden- cardboard construction. Soft form of the building was achieved by rhythmic composition of 36 arcs of laminated wood with a radius from 235 to 265 cm and attached perpendicular to the center of arcs 498 paper tubes with diameter of 275 mm and length of 600 mm. Exhibition of the seventy-year history of Wroclaw University of Technology is shown on over 80 plexiglas circles which are attached to the paper tubes. Paper tubes play also a role of matrix lighted by LED lights in full RGB colors. By such a solution Pavilion achieved lighting skin.
Pavilion is composed of 6 segments with the dimensions of 615 by 192 cm each due to the transportation limits. When assembled length of the Pavilion equals 1152 cm.
Designand realization team:
Jerzy Łątka, Katarzyna Dominiak, Karolina Dyjach, Anna Pastor, Emilia Karwowska, Adrianna Kaźmierczak, Patrycja Jędra , Marta Gruca, Małgorzata Radaj, Marta Wróblewska, Maciej Marszał, Marta Mochniak, Justyna Romanowska, Krzysztof Gorczakowski, Agnieszka Ejsymont, Monika Pietrosian, Marta Jastrzębska, Dorota Ręcławowicz, Anna Kwapień, Anna Młodzianowska, Jarosław Kuziemko, Aga Folaron, Bartosz Kołodziejczuk, Anna Górska, Adrian Jakubowski, Małgorzata Soroko, Adam Sterniuk, Agnieszka Helik, Justyna Kiedrzyn, Adam Banasiak, Bartosz Bartczak, Michał Gaj, Dawid Sionkowski, Michał Płotka, Mateusz Bieńkowski, Wioletta Michalik, Michał Chodzikiewicz, Liliana Cierpiał, Emiliana Cierpiał, Marcin Czekajło, Piotr Falis, Igor Gajewski, Patryk Gasek, Martyna Giler, Tomasz Januszewski, Piotr Kowalczyk, Damian Krata, Daniel Majchrzycki, Grzegorz Muraczewski, Marcin Panek, Adrian Prałat, Jakub Ławicki, Paweł Joniak, Emil Barczyński, Bartosz Witkowski, Alois Knol, Arko van Ekeren, Erik van den Broek, Iris van der Weijde, Marijn Verlinde, Dion Renzo Adhir Lachman, Eline Stubert, Max van den Berg, Maarten van der Kuur, Roman Oost, Wouter Kamphuis