该方案是由 HAO / Holm Architecture Office and Sebastian Misiurek 设计，位于美国长岛市苏格拉底雕塑公园。设计师打造了一个浪漫的场景，使游客能够以新的方式认知周围的环境。
The “Rainbow Folly” competition entry by HAO / Holm Architecture Office and Sebastian Misiurek.
The Rainbow Folly is situated within the Socrates Sculpture Park in Long Island City by the East river overlooking Manhattan.
The original architectural folly of the 19th century created focal points within manicured landscapes. The folly sought to integrate nature and building in a romantic setting, using predetermined views to create points of interest and enable the visitor to see the surroundings in new ways.
With the Rainbow Folly we propose a similar interaction between the real and the romantic.
Deploying utilitarian means and materials, the Rainbow Folly is designed as one continuous band that folds on itself to construct a natural loop, a manmade device creating an immersive replica of its natural counterpart.
While the Rainbow Folly from afar seems uninhabitable, a singular object without entry points, once approached it reveals three openings, allowing visitors to enter and occupy the rainbow’s center.
Once inside, the surrounding world is viewed through undulating colors, at times overlapping, creating new tones, variations and realities. The Rainbow Folly acts as a playful filter upon the outside world.
“ With the Rainbow Folly we wanted to offer visitors the rare opportunity to see the world in a new light by heightening aspects of the surroundings and creating a completely new perspective: a view from within the Rainbow”.
|设计事务所||Holm Architecture Office|