Design In Praise of Shadows
The Hexagon H22 wooden pavilion is designed by In Praise of Shadows, an architectural practice based in Stockholm. The pavilion creates an attractive open-air space for meetings, outdoor workplaces and social events. The pitched roof provides shade from direct sunlight and protection from rain. The pavilion is made from glue-laminate timber and parts of oak with a floor crafted from Swedish pine. The roof is covered in shingles made from tar-coated pine.
The hexagonal shape of the pavilion is created by a series of triangles that form the structure as well as the vertical frames on the sides. The triangular geometry adds stability and strength to the overall structure. A popular choice for parks and urban sites, the pavilion can be furnished with products from the outdoor furniture groups in Nola’s range.