The Tea House Pavilion by Connor Nicholas Makes the Most of Public Space

By: Marissa Brassfield - Published: Apr 4, 2010   Updated: May 19 2011 • References: &
This Tea House Pavilion by architecture student Connor Nicholas is meant for the covered area of a public park. With its staggered exterior and modern aesthetic, there's no mistaking this design for bathrooms.

Connor Nicholas integrated an ampitheater-like area with the Tea House Pavilion for added functionality, and says that the overall design is heavily inspired by Eastern culture and tradition.

Implications - Connor Nicholas' Tea House Pavilion manages to offer protection from the elements in an enclosed area, but also allows the insider to see outside. The modern design has an all glass wall that allows you to see the outdoors. The unique design promises protection while adding a stylish element to the great outdoors. Stats for Futuristic Park Features Trending: Older & Chilly
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