The AntiRoom II is a Floating Pavilion That is Only Reached by Swimming

By: Ady Floyd - Jan 14, 2016
References: archdaily & fastcodesign
Creative architects Elena Chiavi, Ahmad El Mad and Matteo Goldoni designed this whimsical floating pavilion titled 'AntiRoom II.'

The beautiful structure is designed to look like a floating orb that is situated in the middle of the water. The perimeter of the pavilion features a sidewalk-like boarder with walls that boast sheer white curtains. AntiRoom II is made with wooden material that has been overlaid with diaphanous shrouds, creating an enclosed pool in its center.

The pavilion currently resides in the sea of Malta and can only be reached by those who decide to swim out to it. The designers created this structure with the hopes that the pavilion would be elegantly juxtaposed against the enormous islands and vast water surrounding it.