Tranquility Universal Pavilion

Alexander Kravchenko

Architecture, Building and Structure Design Tranquility Universal Pavilion by Alexander Kravchenko The plot allocated for development is located somewhat away from the historical part of the Park and is fenced on one side by planting tall trees. This allowed the author to create a project that resembles a bird with outstretched wings, which fits seamlessly into the Park landscape and minimizes the impact of modern architecture on historical buildings. The main rooms of the pavilion open through panoramic Windows to natural views, which creates a sense of comfort inside the building. The project has a social significance, creating a place of public attraction.


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