The film was shot at the opening of the temporary pavilion "Trylletromler" in Kings Garden in Copenhagen on the 13.th of september.
The pavilion can be experienced in the beautiful light of fall until the 13.th of October 2013.
The pavilion is designed by Dutch Architects .Fabric and initiated by members of the Danish’ Architects Association with inspiration from e.g. Serpentine Gallery in London.
“Trylletromler” is a 300 meter curvy construction in sustainable wood, built by carpentry students from Copenhagen Technical School. It invites the users to take in the spaces in any way wanted – whether it being play, kisses, picnic or meetings. It also raises a debate on the possibilities of temporality in public spaces, and the citizen’s ability to take part in, and challenge, the use of the city as a platform for experimental architecture.
The Danish Architects Association invited in the beginning of February 2013, in cooperation with the local department of Architects MAA in Copenhagen, architects to join the open competition of designing a temporary pavilion for The Kings Garden in Copenhagen.
The jury came to the large and difficult task of having to choose among the 83 imaginative, visionary and beautiful proposals. The choice fell on .Fabric-team Eric Frijters, Olv Klijn, Greta Mozzachiodi, Guillermo Lavernia, Charlotte Simpson and the Danish architect student MAA, Ida Fløche Møller with their project “Trylletromler”.
The pavilion is built in sustainable fir tree from Moelven and has been created with the support of The Dreyer Foundation, The Danish National Bank Anniversary Foundation of 1968, The National Arts Foundation, Moelven Denmark A / S, Copenhagen Technical School and Danish Architects’ Association.