The cottage pavilion is relatively new construction for our gardener that has a specific economic purpose. There are various variations of such structures. This material suggests learning about holiday pavilions and gazebo tents, which create the most favorable conditions for a good rest in hot weather.
Often, talking about gazebos, pavilions are mentioned. Sometimes a gazebo and a pavilion are considered synonymous.
Pavilions for Cottages
Pavilions for summer cottages (French Pavillon) – a small insulated building designed for recreation, entertainment, architectural decoration of the landscape. It differs from the gazebo in that it is closed on all sides, this structure can be used both in the off-season and in winter if there is a possibility of heating. Large windows give the feeling that you are inside the garden, and good thermal insulation and built-in heating make you feel comfortable here on cool days. A synonym for the pavilion can be considered a closed gazebo.
Pavilions were an integral part of manor complexes in Europe and since the time of Peter I and in Russia. We read at Dahl: the pavilion is a gazebo, a summer building, decorated in different tastes. The annex, but separate from the house, the palace – house.
The gazebo tent appeared at the dawn of the history of garden architecture. This name should not be attributed to any garden structure, but only to the one with which distant views open, or to the one from which views open in all directions.
The gazebo is somewhat reminiscent of a gazebo, but always more delicate and taller, it does not create the effect of a confined space, and most importantly, most often they don’t sit there, but pass through it. Unfortunately, it is used extremely rarely, although it can effectively decorate any garden and practically does not occupy a place on the ground, soars in the air. The minimum width is 1.8-2.4 m, the minimum height is 2.4-2.5 m. Such a design, as a rule, is built in the center of the garden or some part of it, on the lawn or at the cross-shaped intersection of paths and is a kind of fairly transparent tent.
Each building should occupy its own unique place in the garden, being a part of it, this is how the continuity of the house and the garden is achieved.