Exhibition hall by Marte.Marte Architects; Austria

 

 

 

 

The backbone of the building is the interior circulation axis – room-high glazed openings guide visitors through the series of exhibition halls – red, black, red, black. The entire building complex is crisscrossed with a lattice of 4.5-meter-high trusses made of laminated beams, giving one the impression of being placed side by side. A dropped ceiling covers the installation level and only the bottom flanges are visible. Between the facade supports with crossbeams, 70 doors permit exit in the case of fire, and a grid of acoustic panels prevents the dreaded flutter echo and ensures high-quality sound. Black in black. Function in construction. The spectacular foyer between the two exhibition halls is painted entirely in red, and the five elliptical arches of the load-bearing concrete slab form arcades and separate the stream of visitors from those relaxing in the bistro.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Authors: Marte.Marte Architects
Photos: Faruk Pinjo

Location: Dornbirn, Austria
Year of completion: 2017
Total area: 10450.0 m2

Text provided by the architects.

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