The Rose Pavilion, located at the highest point of the new municipal park, offers a panoramic view of the landscape. Built in the style of an open music pavilion, it is a stage, meeting place and visible landmark of the garden show area in Remshalden in one. The pentagonal floor plan dispenses with symmetrical axes, which strengthens the directionless openness and lightness of the pavilion. The construction consists of a reciprocal beam structure made of steel. All the beams of the roof are supported on each other, which continuously reduces their span and thereby closes the roof in several rings.
The constant height of the beams, along with the shorter span of each successive ring, increases the inclination of the beams so that the opening of the roof becomes larger as it rises upwards. From the side, the beams jut out in a triangular shape. Thus, the roof structure, through its shape, simultaneously forms the roof. The shape of the columns, which broaden at the base and point of contact with the roof, follows the flow of power in the structure. The symbolism of the pavilion results from the creative and constructive fusion of columns, girders and roof cladding into a spatially complex structure in white that stands out from the green of the surroundings and the blue of the sky. With the geometric play of the construction, an analogy to the structural beauty of a rose bloom emerges – the same as can be admired in the neighbouring rose garden.
Material Used :
1. Filigree steel construction - Wochinger Metallbau, D-Remshalden