Fried Pavillion by AMUNT Architekten
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Fried Pavillion by AMUNT Architekten

Located in the town cemetery in the Eastern part of Düren, the Fried Pavillion is a Café and public center that structured by service volumes defining three different dining and meeting areas.

Architects: AMUNT Architekten Martenson und Nagel Theissen
Location: Düren, Germany
Photographs: Brigida González

© Brigida González

Every room has a different, archetypical roof shape – a tent, a barrel and a pent roof. Altogether these roofs form an overall ceiling landscape for the whole pavilion, which creates diverse spatial relations to the surrounding park and to the adjacent rooms.

© Brigida González

© Brigida González

On the outside the profile of the ceiling landscape constitutes the shape of the glazing and the roof, creating four interdependent facades.

© Brigida González

© Brigida González

Inspiration from architect:

The architecture is derived from the spatial interplay between unity and diversity of the overall space and the three different interior spaces.


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