The pavilions are woven into the existing landscape, creating a dialogue between the architecture and surrounding nature. The three small structures were designed according to function and are spread out along the promenade.
The first pavilion, located near the entrance, welcomes visitors to the trail. The second pavilion is a shop and the third houses public restrooms.
According to the architects, “the three buildings express directionality: their open gables act like windows onto the landscape. Their elongated yet discrete shape, prolonged by terraces or porches, allows for the three volumes to establish visual connections” to the surrounding park area.
News via: h2o architectes