Park Pavilion Deinze
The architecture of this park cafeteria wishes to be nothing more than a thin layer – a moderator between landscape and interior. Recognizable yet subsidiary to the seasonal changes, like a kiosk on a public square, or a Japanese tea house in a forest. Naturally, the landscape that transitions from forest to recreational park to pond is the protagonist here.
The pavilion is a perfect geometric figure, overlooking all splendor around, sitting on the delta of the scenic transitions. Firmly nested in the ground, it stretches to the sky with but one slim tower – a landmark that is only visible at night as it is dimly lit up.