By Architect group: Agrarhi/Ekaterina Ignatova and Zharoff Oleg.

Connection to Harringay Warehouse District

The general image of the pavilion was born from views of buildings in the Harringay district. In the development of the area there are many low-rise buildings, with pitched roofs, interlocked located along the streets.
It was this outline of the roofs that was repeated in our pavilion. This pavilion, which welcomes guests, in its image and mood should reflect the spirit of creativity, freedom of expression of the residents of the region. This is reflected in the structures used (wood predominance), colored elements on the facades and natural colors in the interiors of the pavilion.

Proposal Outline

The pavilion is visually divided into 5 blocks located along EadeRoad Street, while some blocks are buried inside the site to create patios, which in the future can be used as outdoor exhibition venues.
The main entrance to the pavilion is located at the crossroads of EadeRoad and SevenSistersRoad streets. Next to the entrance is a large sign TottenhamPavilion.
Additional entrances are located on the side of EadeRoad. There are also exits to the courtyards on the opposite side of the site, for small meetings in the open.
The interior space can be used in various ways, depending on the purpose of the events.
The interior is shaped using natural materials, light wooden surfaces. The space is as bright as possible due to the large number of glazed sections of the facades and high slopes of the roofs of the blocks. Roof support beams are emphasized in the interior to create expressiveness. Lamps presumably brass, as inconspicuous as possible. The entire interior space is designed to serve as a backdrop for events, not to distract the audience.
The common space can be divided by sliding translucent (or matte) partitions into 4 blocks, an area of 50-90 sq. M. Each of the blocks can be independently used for lectures or master classes. Each block has a separate entrance from EadeRoad street.
If a larger event is planned, the partitions are moved apart and the space is transformed into a room with a total area of 350 square meters (including internal open courtyards).
The facades of the pavilion form a vivid image, using horizontal slats, painted in various colors and diagonal braces. Each block of the pavilion has its own pattern, forming a variety of buildings along the EadeRoad street. This structure of the facades symbolizes the uniqueness of each creator in his expression. Each artist has his own style, his vision of the world, and the facades of buildings are not alike, each is unique in its own way.
Construction Design.
The design of the pavilion from CLT-panels using a system of racks and braces, as well as beams for attaching the roof covering. Translucent filling of glass or cellular polycarbonate facades.
Facade panels have systems of horizontal guides serving as sun protection, painted in various colors. And also systems of diagonal braces. The floor covering is a wooden board, the roof sheathing is also a wooden board.