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Germoplasm Pavillion / Vlad Sebastian Rusu

  • Architects: Vlad Sebastian Rusu
  • Location: Cluj-Napoca, Romania
  • Structural Engineering: Sc. Asiza Srl./ eng. Ovidiu Rusu
  • Servicess: Sc. Steve Impex, Sc Procont Impex/ Cluj
  • Construction: Sc. Decorint Srl./ Cluj
  • Area: 1370.0 sqm
  • Project Year: 2009
  • Photographs: Dacian Groza

© Dacian Groza © Dacian Groza © Dacian Groza © Dacian Groza

From the architect. The Pavilion is located in the Botanical Garden of University of Agricultural Sciences and Veterinary Medicine Cluj, surrounded by ochards. The new building includes a ruin represented by a stone wall parasited by some small construction, which were proposed for demolition.

© Dacian Groza
© Dacian Groza

Conceived as a multifunctional building, with an educational and research profile, the Germplasm Pavilion is hosting a conference room, guest accommodations, laboratories and a small library. The architectural solution makes the new building a bridge between the natural and built elements of the site, thought as a descreet presence that highlights the stone wall and in the same time intserts new different and surprising spaces.

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