Inbetween Pavilion By Pontoatelier Exists For Visitors To Experience Land And Sky
The firm is based in the Madeira Islands, a small Portuguese archipelago off the coast of Morocco in West Africa, however the pavilion is located on the nearby island of São Miguel, the biggest island in the Portuguese Azores archipelago. São Miguel is known for its volcanic scenery and immense natural landscapes, two factors that influenced the pavilion’s conception. Situated on the site of an abandoned golf course in the urban gardens of Ponta Delgada, the design of ‘Inbetween’ features four angled walls made from blackened timber, encasing 25 intact volcanic rocks placed atop a pavement made from small stones, that the firm refers to as a “volcanic carpet”.
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