Pavilion in the garden from kawahara krause architects

The poetic pavilion arose for an unusual reason. A large tree has fallen in the garden. And the owners could not figure out how to fill the gap in the thickets.

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The architects of the Kawahara Krause Architects bureau (Tattsuya Kawahara and Ellen Christina Krause) designed a white net-like structure in the form of a classic garden shed, naming the project Garden Folly. Completely transparent “Garden Madness” merges with a dense green environment, slightly protruding forward.

The pavilion is made up of acrylic tubes mounted with cross connections. It seems that the weightless volume is floating in the air like a cloud of snowflakes.

Garden Folly Pavilion is built in a private garden in the south of Germany and covers an area of ​​ten square meters.