Details

Keywords Change this

Temporary Architecture

Project timeline

2003 – 2004

Type

Culture & Entertainment

Location Change this

Klyazma Reservoir
Moscow
Russia

Current state

Demolished

Also known as Change this

Ice Bar, Ice Pavilion

Architect Change this

Ice House Change this

Moscow, Russia
by Alexander Brodsky Change this
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Description Change this

The Ice House is an ephemeral and temporary project designed by Alexander Brodsky. The pavilion was another project that Brodsky underwent in the Klyazma Reservoir near Moscow. Ice House was a bar which was literally set up on the frozen lake. Constructed in the winter of 2003, the building was made from ice cubes formed by pouring water onto a metal mesh which was encased in a wooden structural frame. The pavilion was then lit from the interior, which created a diffuse, ambient glow.

As with many of Brodsky's projects, the Ice House had a fleeting and temporal element to it. Once spring came, the ice cubes melted into the lake and the structure was removed.

Comments

Posted by Guest | Friday, February 22nd, 2013 | 13:27pm
Fantastic photographs

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