On one half storage on the opposite showroom, an area which is lounge and gallery on the similar time. The tini® pavilion is created to include a 1948 Porsche 356, and a 1959 Austin Healey 3000, in addition to a seating space with a minibar.
It goals to be, not a storage or a container, however a stage field. A stage field created out of two completely prefabricated modules, transported individually by street, and assembled on web site making a single, distinctive house.
A black “curtain” encases the house which is lit by two spotlights.
Its essential façade is a 9-meter (29.5 toes) lattice that hints the viewer of the pavilion’s content material, whereas filtering the sunshine, and permitting for air flow. The façade opens fully, merging the backyard and the pavilion collectively.
The️ pavilion begins from two corten metal tini® modules to occupy the precise place left by the 6 massive present linden timber. The rear corten facade in its pure colour is sort of a rock within the backyard, opaque and heavy whereas the inside is delicate, a steady black floor that desires to vanish.
The consequence is a straightforward and chic pavilion, boisterous on the surface whereas scenic on the within.