concrete facing onto the steep ground behind. The facing comprises a heat insulated structure of bothprecast and ready mix concrete, the joints of which emphasise the monolithic effect and linearity, as aclear contrast to the historic substance.´
The three other building fronts along the lakeside reveal the full transparency of the cubic design, andthe use of glass sliding elements completes the perfection of the pavilion with its all-round view, especially towards the 'Schloss' and lake.
In view of design as well as ecological considerations. the vast glass surfaces can be screened by external, adjustable metal sunshades. This means that the whole building can be enclosed inside and outside, and together with the solid concrete core at the rear, rounds off the self-contained monolithic cube interpreting the modern design requirements of a pavilion.
The two top floors each have a 6 metre high inner room, further divided into two 250 cubic metreapartments. The rooms are characterized by their clearcut, completely rectangular shape. Each of theapprox. 100m2 living rooms is totally pillar - free, thanks to a two-storey high support beam mountedon the side facing the lake. The support beam is in turn supported by the enclosed concrete core of theof the building projecting towards the hill slope. The inner lighting is effected by means of a glasspyramid comprising square glass panels.
On the ground floor there is a 450m2 hall which can be used for all kinds of events as well as a showroom for various types of vehicles. Again, this hall is also completely without pillars and covers an area approx. 30m long x 15m wide. It extends towards the lake and, thanks to its functional design, provides the necessary room for all kinds of presentations and exhibitions. The design is based on the idea of the open-plan living room with unrestricted views.
The materials chosen are solely concrete, glass and metal, with the exception of the wood of the barat the rear , which is adjustable and can be completely opened or closed as required.
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