a glass palace with a completely clear view in all directions. Walls that can be opened and closed however you want—not only freedom, but freedom with style.
7.30 p.m. The sun sinks slowly towards the horizon. Over the surrounding countryside rests a peaceful atmosphere buoyed by the lightness of this fading summer's day. A glass of excellent wine, a clutch of friends, and a thousand and one tales begging to be told—those are the evenings for which Pavillon360 was created.
As a pavilion in the classical sense, Pavillon360 is a viewpoint and an eye-catcher at the same time. It seems transparent and fragile but effortlessly rises to every challenge. Four glass elements arranged in pairs like windmills carry the ceiling like a mirror image of the floor. No strain, no pillars.
self-supporting glass structure.
Designed by architects Jürgen Stoppel and Nuyken von Oefele, the technically complex structure was built by the famous Vorarlberg glass construction firm Glas Marte, as this architecturally demanding building could be built to perfection from a technical, static, and optical point of view only by a firm with solid experience in building self-supporting glass structures.
Pavillon360 seems so minimalist in its simple elegance, yet its opportunities in terms of form are so individual. Various floor and ceiling elements plus a selection of exclusive interior fitting options, e.g. a suspended design fireplace or an inbuilt refrigerator that can be sunk into the floor, allow the user to have his heart's desire fulfilled.
Whether it is erected in a private garden, as a viewing or a meeting point in public places or on company land, or as an exhibition space, or simply because it is so noble, Pavillon360 combines in a unique way function and fascination and literally opens up new perspectives.
A glass pavilion constructed out of load-bearing sheer glass walls and four large all-glass moving elements made of single-pane safety glass, floor and roof supporting structures made of galvanised steel structures, and floor and ceiling covered with whatever covering is desired:
Floor area: 6 x 6 m (approx. 36 m2)
Interior: approx. 3.5 x 3.5 m
Height of interior: 2.4 m
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