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  5. Re-Act Now
  6. 2014
  7. Cantilevered Abstract Product / Re-Act Now

Cantilevered Abstract Product / Re-Act Now

  • 01:00 - 6 November, 2014
Cantilevered Abstract Product / Re-Act Now
Cantilevered Abstract Product / Re-Act Now, © Andrei Margulescu
© Andrei Margulescu

© Andrei Margulescu © Andrei Margulescu © Andrei Margulescu © Andrei Margulescu +29

  • Architects

  • Location

    Bucharest, Romania
  • Design Team

    Mario Kuibus, Andrei Cebotaru, Laurentiu Coceanga, Adela Antoniu, Alina Stoica, Maria Ungureanu, Raluca Genoiu, Andrei Egl
  • Area

    2600.0 sqm
  • Project Year

    2014
  • Photographs

  • Structure Engineering

    Sicon 21
  • Plumbing, Ventilations and HVAC Installations

    Mid Install 2003
  • Electric Installations and BMS

    Protector Systems
  • Lighting

    Demco Lighting
  • More SpecsLess Specs
© Andrei Margulescu
© Andrei Margulescu

From the architect. A concept house in a representative area in Bucharest appears as both a subject and an object, towards becoming a place of fashionable meetings and events. The new design approach is hosted by the newly rebuild classical façades of the old building, completely revitalized inside.

© Andrei Margulescu
© Andrei Margulescu

A height gain of the building has appeared as a necessity to the functional role of a belvedere point, while spicing the concept with the 360 degree view to the neighborhood and the city. The major gesture for our building is the classical syntagma of a composition: sculpture above pedestal.

© Andrei Margulescu
© Andrei Margulescu

The sensation of levitation between the classical pedestal and the abstract bronze intervention stresses upon the duality amidst the old and the new, while revealing the special function of the belvedere point present at this height.

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The gigantic bronze canopy protects and intrigues the viewer towards the street, suffering an abstract undefined transformation towards the back of the house.

© Andrei Margulescu
© Andrei Margulescu

The house is a sign within the city, a sign that refreshes the identity of the place by new coordinates. The gaining in height of the house is in fact a Cantilevered Abstract Product of the city. It’s a c.a.p.

© Andrei Margulescu
© Andrei Margulescu
Location to be used only as a reference. It could indicate city/country but not exact address. Cite: "Cantilevered Abstract Product / Re-Act Now" 06 Nov 2014. ArchDaily. Accessed . <http://www.archdaily.com/563687/cantilevered-abstract-product-re-act-now/>
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