Media Island Wifi Pavilion at Miguel Hernandez University Campus in Elche (Alicante) Spain, designed by Moho Architects, with an organization of a central courtyard surrounded by functional spaces, while maximizing the natural daylighting and ventilation.
+ Project description courtesy of Moho Architects
The idea of the project is the construction of an exportable concept of wifi-media pavilion located in the heart of a university campus. The building performs as a virtual interface providing public internet access and a singular meeting spot for students to hung out, and relax .
The star/shaped pavilion is divided into 5 different spaces surrounding a central courtyard that guaranties maximum natural lighting and ventilation.
The spaces are designed in order to offer a wide range of configurations, since the final use of the building was not clearly specified.
The island raises 1.5 meters from the natural level of the ground though an white gravel landscape, enforcing the identity and singularity of the pavilion as an “object trouve” in the middle of the Campus.
+ Project credits / data
Project: Media Island Wifi Pavilion
Location: Campus UMH. Elche
Budget: 443.580,16 €
Team project: Moho Architects + Carlos Abadía Sánchez
Architect: Álvaro Abadía Sánchez
Client: Miguel Hernandez University
Photography: David Frutos
Date: May 2007