Malaysia WPC pavilion
设计团队：eleena jamil architect
Classification: public environment
Content: live photos
Design team: eleena Jamil architect
Mexico bamboo playground is a public facility, located in the oldest and most beautiful park in Kuala Lumpur – Perdana botanical garden. Located in the heart of the capital, the park is very popular with local people and tourists. The bamboo garden itself is located on an island on a large lake through the center of the park. Bamboo is rarely used in contemporary architecture in Malaysia. The purpose of this architecture is to explore its potential sustainable building materials.
The building is set along the edge of the lake, which is an open structure, and the platform position is raised, and multiple levels are set. The playground was inspired by the traditional dialect structure known as Wakaf, which was originally discovered and circulated in villages. These structures are essentially independent shelters, and can be used freely by anyone, mainly for rest. The playground can be described as a series of “wakafs” combination, forming an animated and interesting bamboo structure, which integrates it harmoniously into beautiful green plant gardens. It provides a range of different spaces that can be used at will.
The project has built 31 identical square platform structures, with different settings, seemingly random heights, and created an interesting 3D ground environment. The upper layer is a repetitive modular structure built entirely by columns. From the center of each platform, there is a tree column supporting the roof“ Tree house “is built in the form of bamboo baskets, hanging on the pillars, which are another fun element of the playground.