“Dancing Flame”: an asymmetric pavilion
Every facet of this strange, asymmetrical building, glittering in the sun reminiscent of flames. A special form of construction was not chosen by chance, since it is located in a town called “Fire”. Architectural office OVO Grabczewscy Architekci finalized the construction of cultural pavilion “Flame” in the Polish town of Jora (Zory). The city’s name in Russian means “fire, fire”, as for its foundation was burned down the whole forest. This fact prompted the architects to the idea of creating a structure in the form of flames. The building consists of three structures asymmetrically attached to each other. The base of the pavilion is made of reinforced concrete structure, and the facade is sheathed copper finned plates, bright shining in the sun.