Pinecone

Not to be overlooked. This is Pinecone.

Park gazebo, covered sandpit, outdoor classroom – all this can be Pinecone (pine cone). Inspired by natural laws, the self-supporting structure forms a dome of 109 scales in seven rows above each other. Thanks to the mutual rotation of the scales of the individual layers, the gazebo has an airy effect, it has a pleasant microclimate and perfect acoustics. At the same time, it provides shelter from sun, wind and rain. A round bench is placed around the perimeter of the gazebo, and a top dome skylight, as well as ambient LED lighting, can be fitted as an optional accessory.

Scales made of waterproof plywood treated with durable varnish are connected to each other with galvanized steel joints and bolts with stud nuts. The lower row of scales is anchored to a base frame made of steel profiles, placed using adjustable feet on the concrete foundation. The gazebo is easy to transport and can be assembled in one day.

DESIGN: ATELIER SAD

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