The Ross Development Trust has initiated a contest where the entrants have been asked to design a pavilion to replace the existing Ross bandstand in Edinburgh, Scotland. Seven Projects have been short listed, they include:
• Adjaye Associates have designed a golden structure with large arched openings on all four sides with a series of stone-clad structures more discreetly embedded in the landscape.
• Danish firm BIG, has proposed a ring-shaped structure topped by an undulating roof and tiered seating set at either side.
• London studio Flanagan Lawrence's design aims to blend into the green surroundings and features a sinuous roof that reveals a large semi-circular window to the stage.
• American design practice wHY has proposed a series of structures with wave-shaped roof gardens.
• Japanese Architect Sou Fujimoto teamed up with London-based studio William Matthews Associates, to create a proposal based on the circular forms of Celtic spirals, as well as those found in the stones of Orkney
• Norwegian Architects Reiulf Ramstad Arkitekter proposes a a series of gabled structures
• West 8 Landscape Architects and BuroHappold Engineering in their association together has designed a grotto-inspired pavilion
Here at Sigma College of Architecture, One of The Top Architectural Colleges in Tamil Nadu we help our students broaden their horizons by educating them the various different projects that could be put up in a particular province