The 160-square-meter (1722 square feet) venue includes a semi-covered area and a small swimming pool, set amidst lush vegetation. Its large canopy is supported by the perimeter wall and a V-shaped steel pillar. The canopy casts an intricate pattern of shadows during the daytime. At night, a discrete lighting system creates an intimate atmosphere.
Related: Vo Trong Nghia builds a lush rooftop pavilion with nothing but bamboo and rope
Inspired by outdoor barbecues installed at the back of urban lots, the Quincho Tía Coral pavilion references the original function, but reinvents it, thereby expanding its purpose.
+ Gabinete de Arquitectura
Photos by Federico Cairoli