The Office Paul de Ruiter Amsterdam-based competed in the competition for the design of the Pavilion Erasmus University in Rotterdam, Holland. As a place to meet, relax and study, the project aims to serve as an architectural icon, the image and the heart of campus, while maintaining a neutral operation of energy.
Using light and solar energy as a starting point, the canopy is a transparent structure with a fully glazed facade. The cover, with an integrated system of intelligent solar panels, allowing natural light to filter and illuminate the interior.
Careful consideration for dela orientation and location of lighting hits the roof, ensure that both direct light as overheating will not occur. Other applications include sustainable in the pavilion Geothermal heat pump, a thermally active concrete core, and minimal use of materials.
The building was designed with maximum flexibility in mind. Developed around an atrium concentric unfold the flag, a cafeteria, a theater, places of study and broad general areas for the meeting.
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