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On one half garage on the other showroom, a space which is living room and gallery at the same time.
The tini® pavilion is created to contain a 1948 Porsche 356, and a 1959 Austin Healey 3000, as well as a seating area with a minibar.
It aims to be, not a garage or a container, but a stage box.

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© delavegacanolasso

A stage box created out of two totally prefabricated modules, transported separately by road, and assembled on site creating a single, unique space.
A black “curtain” encases the space which is lit by two spotlights.
Its main façade is a 9-meter (29.5 feet) lattice that hints the viewer of the pavilion’s content, while filtering the light, and allowing for ventilation.

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© delavegacanolasso

The façade opens completely, merging the garden and the pavilion together.
The pavilion starts from two corten steel tini® modules to occupy the exact place left by the 6 large existing linden trees.
The rear corten facade in its natural color is like a rock in the garden, opaque and heavy while the interior is delicate, a continuous black surface that wants to disappear.

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© delavegacanolasso

The result is a simple and elegant pavilion, boisterous on the outside while scenic on the inside.
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© delavegacanolasso

Tini Pavilion Gallery

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