Architect Sol Camacho and her firm RADDAR built a stunning forest pavilion. The structure is made out of wood and is offered as an extension to Bo Bardi's Casa de Vidro. Placed in a sizable garden, the curvy canopy is quite isolated and offers visitors some tranquility and a place to rest. The design of the forest pavilion boasts slim columns and a thin flat roof — a noninvasive, contemporary silhouette that fits perfectly with its surroundings.
Casa de Vidro is situated in São Paulo and the structure is the epitome of Brazilian modernism. RADDAR produced a temporary forest pavilion that will serve as a resting spot or offer space for a picnic to tourists who are visiting the home where architect Bo Bardi and her husband, Pietro Maria Bardi, resided. RADDAR's contribution will remain on-site until March 3rd of 2019.
Photo Credits: Leonardo Finotti