Halfway between garage and showroom, lounge and gallery. The pavilion is to contain a 1948 Porsche 356, a 1959 Austin Healey 3000 and a living area with minibar. It is designed not as a garage or a container but as a stage box, two fully prefabricated tini® modules, which are transported separately by truck and assembled to create a single space.
A black, uniform curtain and two spotlights that illuminate each piece. Its main facade is a 9-meter lattice that lets you intuit the content, filters the light, allows ventilation and opens completely merging garden and pavilion. It is based on two Corten steel tini® modules modulated to occupy the exact place left by the 6 large existing lime trees. The blind corten facade in its natural color is like a rock in the garden, opaque and apparently heavy while the interior is delicate, a continuous black surface that wants to disappear.
The result is a simple and elegant pavilion that is both striking on the outside and scenic on the inside.
At tini we build lifestyles, ways of feeling and enjoying unique spaces. Spaces with life for a better life.