New pavilions for Architecture – creative professionals from the structure of the Australian architectural studio Elenburg Fraser Architects , designed for the new Museum of Art exhibition Monash University Museum of Art (MUMA), located in Melbourne (Australia).
Showroom, designed to develop a new architecture, took into their possession rather gloomy structure, misleading visitors to the area. According to the authors of the unique project, this Pavilion explores spatial relationships with the shape of the viewer, creating and geometrically transforming reality.
Visitors to the exhibition go to the “black plastic volume” and observe the changes in the spatial dynamics that depend on the angle of view and the place of its own location. This game is the scale, form and light contribute to the perception of manipulation who came to the level of sensations in an abstract geometric environment. This creates the illusion of great inner peace that is not connected to the external environment and, especially, to the everyday reality.
As conceived by the architects, the formula of the project is as follows: 1% – of the architectural concept +99% manipulation of perception. This pavilion is a “mirror world”, it distorts the traditional expression. The reflection on the mirror surface, shadows, distortion and deformation – the real world, or this is the same illusion, like everything that surrounds us?
With the creativity of the authors of the project can be found by visiting the official website of the architectural studio, headquartered in Melbourne: http://www.ef.com.au/ajax