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Hexagon H22

Pavilion

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.

Dimensions and weight

Height: 380 cm
Diameter Base: 321/364 cm
Diameter Roof: 427/439 cm
Weight: Approx. 1250 kg

Materials

Glazed Glulam.
Glazed Pinewood.
Tarred Pinewood.
Oak.

The frame, floor and roof are crafted from Swedish pine, oak and glue-laminate timber coated with silver-grey varnish. The roof shingles are made from tar-coated pine. All screws and fittings are in stainless steel.

Standard colours

Grey glaze

Product number

Ö80-80Hexagon H22 Pavilion

Assembly and placement

Assembly is included in the order. The product can be attached to the ground with ground screws from Sluta Gräv Sweden (https://slutagrav.se) or attached to a concrete foundation cast on site. Please contact Nola with any questions concerning installation.

Maintenance

Clean the product with a soft brush while rinsing it with a low-pressure stream of water. The surface coating can be touched up and recoated if necessary.

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Hexagon H22

Pavilion

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.

Hexagon at H22 City Expo in Helsingborg. Here seen with a lighting fixture designed by Marie-Louise Hellgren.

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