Callum Morton Designs "Invisible" Pavilion
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Callum Morton Designs “Invisible” Pavilion

30 Mar 2010

An "invisible" glass pavilion has been designed by Australia-based Callum Morton for the Baroque woodland Oude Warande in Tilburg, Netherlands. The "Grotto" pavilion was commissioned by Fundament Foundation and is located in the centre of a garden featuring star-shaped patterned paths.<

An “invisible” glass pavilion has been designed by Australia-based Callum Morton for the Baroque woodland Oude Warande in Tilburg, Netherlands.

The “Grotto” pavilion was commissioned by Fundament Foundation and is located in the centre of a garden featuring star-shaped patterned paths.

Its exterior is clad in two-way mirrors making it appear invisible and acting as a façade to screen the inside from the outside.

The pavilion’s interior is illuminated in the evening which allows it to change its reflective form, according to worldconstructionindustrynetwork.com.

Olav Koreman designed the pavilion’s kitchen and furniture.