Architensions designed a writing pavilion in Brooklyn, New York that looks at the relationship between the person using it and nature within its surrounding urban setting. Located in a protected outdoor garden, the tiny pavilion lets its users create imaginative worlds through writing and drawing with the help of isolation that it provides.
Built on a concrete plinth, the pavilion is clad in black stained cedar on the exterior and natural pine plywood for the interior, which keeps it bright and open. It was designed as a sectional shape helping light to enter creating optimal writing conditions for the user.
The angular roof was designed to allow lots of light to enter the space.
Inside, it’s kept sparse as not to distract. There’s a folding writing table with a chair.
Photos by Cameron Blaylock.