The projects featured in this roundup include both permanent pavilions and temporary pavilions, which can be used for socialising or provide space for reflection.
Scroll down to see eight projects from our pavilions board on Pinterest.
The 12-metre-tall structure, called the Wedding Cake Pavilion, is located on the grounds of Waddesdon Manor in Buckinghamshire, England.
The piece, which was created to honour outdoor life in Melbourne, was adorned with a bright orange canopy made from fishing nets.
TO Arquitectura teamed up with the local community to construct a music school with an arched ceiling made from recycled and donated masonry.
The school is located in Yuguelito, Mexico City, and will also be used as a stage for events in the neighbourhood.
The pavilion is filled with a series of plywood and tinted glass panels to give it a chequered appearance.
The space will be used for workshops and was created to stand out from the surrounding buildings in a densely populated residential district in Hargeisa.
Grau Architects looked to traditional Japanese architecture when creating this pavilion that overlooks a lake in the Czech Republic.
The studio constructed The Tea House Pavilion from locally sourced spruce and plywood to help it blend into the treeline behind it.
Architect Decq completed this glass pavilion with a pyramidal roof, which was installed in the Jardin des Tuileries as part of the 2022 edition of the Paris+ par Art Basel art fair.
The Green Pavilion was filled with plants that could be viewed by passersby through the glass. Candles were lit inside the structure during the evening, giving the pavilion the appearance of a lantern.
Architect Jesús Vassallo and a group of graduate students from Houston’s Rice University constructed The Johnson Owl Deck Pavilion from cross-laminated timber panels.
The team chose to build the structure from cross-laminated timber to showcase the material’s potential as an eco-friendly and carbon-negative construction technique.
Leth & Gori and Rønnow collaborated with the Center for Industrialized Architecture (CINARK), a research group at the Royal Danish Academy, to create the Thatched Brick Pavilion.
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