The Pavilion allows the viewer to walk through the space and experience four different aspects of nature: the woods, soil, sky, and water. Light zones guide the viewers through the pavilion, up toward the sky, down to the soil, and out to the water.
Red Ribbon Studio
The Fashion Studio takes place in an infill building which aims to explore issues of context in an urban setting. The primary objective is to create a space where designers and audiences can approach fashion more directly and openly. One side of the building abuts a historic red building façade. The concept strives to reveal the beauty of the historic building. A glass box against the red façade gives pedestrians the opportunity to peek into the ground floor showroom and experience the historical context of the site. The solid mass above the ground floor provides studio and service spaces.
The urban farm explores the use of green space in an evolving industrial area in Copenhagen. To apply the Karma ecological concept, the cycle of life and cycle of the program are overlapped on the site. The cycle of life begins with planting, followed by food processing, cooking, eating, and finally composting. In parallel, the cycle of the program follows a similar path: you enter at the lobby, learn about food processing in the classrooms, cook and eat in the kitchen, and compost the food in the garden.