Elegant Garden Pavilion Space

Posted 178 days ago by

There are those who are looking to downsize their homes, and others that are planning on expanding their current means. For one of architect Shawn Freeman‘s clients, this lovely pavilion addition to their property became the perfect garden space to entertain. Equipped with everything you’d need to have a casual or more formal gathering, this glass…

Small Self-Constructed Window Pavilion

Posted 213 days ago by

Pavilions for living are a wonderful idea, especially if there’s a small space or lot at hand, and there’s a need for a shelter. In a similar fashion to the window home out in the open trees of a rural US West Virginia area, this little pavilion tells a story. From The creative folks at Bureau…

Modernist Designed Lake Rotsee Refuge Shelter

Posted 251 days ago by

A building that serves its purpose and looks beautiful year round for all to enjoy? The Lake Rotsee Refuge is a unique contemporary structure built by AFGH Architekten of Switzerland. The space is offered up as a viewing tower, and is also a space that allows for spectators to hang out for annual water competitions and…

Fire Island Pines Pavilion by HWKN

Posted 286 days ago by

A rebuild was in order for the burnt down version of this Fire Island Pines locale in New York, and HWKN Architects was just the collective to get it done. In collaboration with Blesso Properties, the once built night time lounge fell to ashes, only to be rebuilt again. This time, the pavilion is an 8,000…

Caramelized Sugar Solarium Looks Like Stained Glass

Posted 315 days ago by

Imagine a real life Candyland, complete with structures crafted from candies, chocolate and more. Though we’re at the point of 3D printing whatever we need, structures made from gum drops and candy canes are far and few between. William Lamson‘s “Solarium” isn’t quite edible, but it does contain elements crafted from sugar. The contemporary architecture of…

Adaptable Shipping Container Transforms With The Environment

Posted 328 days ago by

Shipping containers are a great solution for any situation where you’ve got the need for a mobile unit with the ability for constant evolution. The creatives from China’s Jikerzhicheng Product Design crafted a container that has all of the makings of a modular, flexible space. The designers also wanted the ability and flow of the space…

Concrete Constructed Artist’s Pavilion by 9 Optiune

Posted 377 days ago by

Pavilions are a great way to have groups of people gather and congregate; and if you’ve got a great space that is a median between events or serves a purpose such as this artistic structure they are fantastic. Architects 9 Optiune created this concrete space to serve as a gift shop of sorts in Romania. The…

German Glass Pavilion by Keller First Class

Posted 398 days ago by

Pavilions are a great place to get away and lounge. Whether you’re outdoors, indoors, halfway in or out– a pavilion is the perfect escape in many situations. Keller of Luxembourg’s designs are always a stunning review of what can be done with glass and glazed panels, showcasing seamless sheets of glass doors and windows. This particular…

Woodsy L’observatoire Pavilion in France

Posted 429 days ago by

With a limited space of only 215 square feet, a natural observatory in Alsace, France was created with a whole lot of personality. Though there isn’t a whole lot of striking design upon first glance, the budget friendly structure is incredibly resourceful for a public space with limited materials. Created by CLP Architects, the “L’observatoire” tower…

Dynamic Home For Bees by atelierd

Posted 433 days ago by

Sitting at 215 square feet, atelierd created a great looking “Bee Pavilion” in Alsace, France, with hexagonal structures. These geometric pieces are covered by a roof that allows breeze yet blocks direct sunlight out of the middle portion. Overall, the area is dynamic– and not to mention visually stimulating. Each pod has a unique core with…