Spotlight On: North Carolina Museum of Art Sculpture Park Pavilion

Spotlight On: North Carolina Museum of Art Sculpture Park Pavilion

A new structure at the North Carolina Museum of Art Sculpture Park is catching some attention and we can see why. The new pavilion is not only interesting to look at it, but is quite functional as well. It's always a pleasure to read about contemporary architectural projects popping up, and we are happy to share the details with you for inspiration for your own architecture needs in Steamboat Springs. Vertical Arts The new pavilion acts as an outdoor classroom and was designed to work with the environment to give occupants a wonderful experience. According to ArchDaily, varying widths of perforated metal bands are wrapped around the building that are capable of creating a new experience with each season. The metallic properties of the building's exterior reflect the natural surroundings, which change with the seasons. Steel and aluminum were chosen are the primary materials for this structure for a few reasons. The structural properties of these materials allow the building to survive the elements. In addition, these materials also allowed the building to play up natural light to create a unique experience when inside the structure. Finally, the recyclable attributes helped to create an element of sustainability. We love this new structure and think it's a great way to combine form and function into one. If you are feeling inspired for your own project, Vertical Arts can help. Contact us today for more information regarding all things architecture in Steamboat Springs. Image Source: http://www.archdaily.com/276943/north-carolina-museum-of-art-sculpture-park-pavilion-tonic-design/

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