罗马药房

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http://www.raumlabor.net
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所在国家:
意大利 
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  • 商业
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 german interdisciplinary practice raumlaborberlin has completed' officina rome', a villa constructed 
entirely out of recycled materials on the grounds of MAXXI in rome, italy. conceived for the museum's 
'RE-cycle: strategies for architecture, city, and planet' exhibition currently running until 29 april 2012,
the free-standing structure incorporates trash-like materials such as old bottles, oil barrels, wooden window 
frames, and used car doors. 

built within a week long workshop with 24 high school students from all over italy, the project was 
approached as a three-dimensional collage. its recycled conception is readable in its exterior with a 
front facade that is made transparent through old wooden window frames and doors. the main rectangular 
volume features a curvilinear annex kitchen constructed from used glass bottles held together with concrete. 

designed as a hosting ground for a variety of workshop events and talks about experimental building practices,
alternative living concepts and recycling design, the pavilion is simple in its layout with a large open space 
at the center of its organization. an abundant level of sunlight enters the interior through the collection of
windows and doors frames. the colourful ceiling made from old oil barrels becomes a visual focal point within
the space. an octagonal volume constructed out of used car doors accommodates a small bedroom to the back
of the main room.  

 

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