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MOLO / Martin Lepej and Michal Riabic

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© M. Fabian

Martin Lepej and Michal Riabic has recently completed a cultural pavilion in Martin, Slovakia. They arrived at their sculptural form using the parametric modeling software, Grasshopper, along with a few curves and set parameters as static input. Follow after the break for a extensive gallery of the final product and design imagery.

Architecture within urban space has the power to attract, guide or motivate. This is the goal of MOLO – culture pavilion for Martin it aims to create opportunities for people to relax, for a community to meet and organize cultural events. We are opening to public a long neglected site in the town center with a contemporary architectural sculpture and creating a space dedicated to culture all at the same time. The open and dynamic design of MOLO pavilion gives everybody the freedom to decide on its use, for a small concert, as an alternative theater, for a summer reading or movie screening.

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Architect: Martin Lepej and Michal Riabic Location: Martin, Slovakia Designed: 08.2009 – 05.2010 Built: 05.2010 – 07.2010 Budget: 30,000€ Site: 1,000 sqm Built Surface: 78.5 sqm General Contractor: MTJ interier Structural Engineer: Ing. Cyril Klima

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© M. Fabian

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Cite:Hank Jarz. "MOLO / Martin Lepej and Michal Riabic" 10 Dec 2010. ArchDaily. Accessed . <http://www.archdaily.com/94636/molo-uniform-architects/>