Tini Pavilion

A simple and elegant pavilion built with tini

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Ricardo Dominguez

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Architecture
Custom projects
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Halfway between garage and showroom, lounge and gallery. The pavilion should contain a 1948 Porsche 356, a 1959 Austin Healey 3000 and a living area with minibar. It is designed not as a garage or a container but as a stage box, two fully prefabricated tini® modules, which are transported separately by truck and assembled to create a single space.

A black, uniform curtain and two spotlights that illuminate each piece, its main façade is a 9-meter lattice that lets you intuit the content, filters the light, allows ventilation and opens completely merging garden and pavilion.

The starting point is two Corten steel tini® modules modulated to occupy the exact place left by the 6 existing large lime trees. The blind corten facade in its natural color is like a rock in the garden, opaque and apparently heavy while the interior is delicate, a continuous black surface that wants to disappear.

The result is a simple and elegant pavilion that is both striking on the outside and scenic on the inside.

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