The Hidden Pavilion: Serenity and Solitude Concealed in Greenery
There are moments in our daily life when we surely would love to get away from it all – the constant race with time, the never-ending rush of life and unending noise. The Hidden Pavilion designed by PENELAS ARCHITECTS offers this prefect and serene getaway that is both mesmerizing and relaxing at the same time. Nestled in a densely forested region of Las Rozas, Madrid, Spain, this fabulous structure in glass, metal and wood is completely hidden in lush green canopy and overlooks a small waterfall at its base. The design of the structure is simple with a metallic frame holding large glass walls and windows that completely blur the line between the outdoors and the interior.
Sitting on small clearing and surrounded by trees on all sides, the gorgeous getaway is almost invisible from a distance. Overall form the Hidden Pavilion is dictated largely by the natural elements that surround it as the terraces and upper level inclination were specifically crafted keeping in mind future growth of oak trees around the retreat. On the inside the glassy escape is unassuming with space being largely left vacant, décor minimal and a kitchen clad in wood bringing warmth to the entire setting.
The true purpose of the Hidden Pavilion is to take in nature at its undisturbed best even as you rediscover yourself and rejuvenate. Whether it is about a session of meditation or just spending a few days away from the daily routine, this awesome hideaway provides the perfect setting for it all. Truly tranquil! [Photography: Miguel de Guzmán – Imagen Subliminal]