The Summer Pavilion is the latest addition to the Savanna and a result of the architect’s experimental spirit. Despite a limited budget, there was significant artistic freedom, which led to unconventional yet clever solutions. It is based on industrial materials and construction principles. In this case, an aluminum skeleton made of scaffolding pipes covered with a layer of corrugated plastic. Large sliding aluminum doors placed in two directions allow for a generous openness between indoors and outdoors. A principle of minimal material consumption gave birth to the idea of an outdoor kitchen and bicycle rack created from materials that would otherwise have gone to waste.
PHOTOGRAPHER: ARC + OSCAR
BUILDING PERMIT, CONSTRUCTION AND EXECUTION: TEAM ATELJÉ Ö