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Clients for whom the garden pavilion is designed own a large mature garden in the middle of the city, which is also just a ten-minute walk from their apartment. When the clients are in their garden, they try to spend as much time outdoors as possible and came to us with a specific and perhaps slightly paradoxical task. They wanted a new structure on the site of the original dilapidated cottage, but at the same time, they didn't want to close off the garden. The building was supposed to offer only modest space, primarily in adverse weather, and allow for occasional overnight stays in the summer months. An additional function for the winter season was to provide a space for storing plants, somewhat resembling a winter garden.

StudioBYRÓ architekti
AuthorJan Holub
Tomáš Hanus
Social mediawww.instagram.com/byro_architekti
PhotographerAlex Shoots Buildings, www.alexshootsbuildings.com
CollaboratorCivil engineer: Viktor Bakstein