NGV Pavilion

NGV Pavilion 2016: Laurence Dragomir and Isaac Mortimer

As was previously mentioned in an earlier article , as part of Grimshaw's entry into the National Gallery of Victoria (NGV) Pavilion competition, the office undertook an internal design competition. Today's piece looks at a scheme I developed with my good friend and colleague, Isaac Mortimer. The design is based around the principle of a 450mm x 450mm module repeated to form an enclosure that defines a series of smaller and larger formal and...
Hero Shot.

NGV Pavilion 2016 entry: John Kachami

Following on from last week's piece on Grimshaw's NGV pavilion design , there has been some interest in highlighting other schemes. I was due to present my scheme this week, but will leave that for next week. In its place is a scheme dubbed "Unfamiliar Terrain", prepared by a fellow RMIT School of Architecture alumni, John Kachami. Unfamiliar Terrain seeks to explore the interplay between rational construction and artistic ambition. A single 1...
Grimshaw NGV Pavilion 2016 hero shot. Image courtesy of Grimshaw

Grimshaw's NGV Pavilion 2016 entry

The National Gallery of Victoria (NGV) recently announced the shortlist of architects for its 2016 pavilion in the Grollo-Equiset Gardens within the grounds of the NGV. Five practices will now proceed to stage two of the competition. They are: [email protected] March Studio Nervegna Reed Architecture Other Architects/Otherothers Thomas Winwood Architecture Grimshaw Archtects ' Melbourne office was one of 93 entrants who submitted a design for the...