Tectum Summer Pavilion by Raúl García Studio + Javier García Sánchez Arquitecto

The perfect addition to any summer retreat, this summer pavilion is located on a plot of 4000m2 and was created to the house's hub of social activity in the warmer months. The pavilion is completely open to the garden evoking a sense of continuity through the rest of the property. The structure is built with only two walls meant to support the "floating" roof as well as providing shade from the hot sun for meals and after-dinner drinks. The deck slab is also directly connected to the pool for easy access to the different areas. The actual pavilion features an outdoor kitchen with barbecue, traditional oven, toilet, and dressing rooms to make it easier to change into pool wear without making a mess. At night, the pavilion transforms into a nighttime entertaining spot with hidden perimeter lighting framing the space. The bold modern design fits perfectly with the main house.

Source: Arch Daily

 

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Tectum Summer Pavilion by Raúl García Studio + Javier García Sánchez Arquitecto