Pavilion, sit out, gazebos Done by- Ankita bhogte Siddharthraje dixit
PAVILION Pavilion is for relaxation and sightseeing A pavilion is a place where visitors relax, find shelter from windand rain and enjoy the beauty of the landscape . As a compound of the landscape, it is pierced on four sides andwith a sloping roof Two factors should be considered in a time of the selection of theside. Pavilion can build on the hills, alongside the rivers or on the levelof ground.
Hill pavilions is normally the focus of the scenery for theyare on the top of the hill from which the surrounding scene canbe overlooked with the perspective line left.
Water pavilion should face the water on three or four sides andbe close to the surfaceWater pavilion should be in relation with the surface and be apart of the water scene.when the water surface is not vast at all awater pavilion is suitable to be build smaller in the pool.
Ground pavilion is to be frequently come across at the criticalselection of the road or on the side of the road to form aseparate scene with the surroundingsThe terms of cultural features the pavilions reflects, it fall intothree groups
Japanese style pavilion• Japanese pavilion terrace is kind of small buildingsis set up in gardens for resting, viewing anddecoration.its is also called as pavilion ofgarden.European style pavilion• European pavilion terrace refers to pavilion builtin western garden.Pavilion of simple style• Simple pavilion terrace in landscape design refersto arbor with roof in parks ,squares and otherpublic area.
JAPANESEEUROPEANSIMPLETYPES MATERIALSDIAMENTIONCedar American yellowpine. Roof is made up ofcolor boards and copperplate3.5 to 5 mMaterial used is timberSide length is 3 to 4mBeam n columns are ofconcrete, timber andsteel. and roofingmaterial is polycarbonateresin plate, glass fabricreinforced cement.Dimensions aresame as arbors
Seats are scenic facilities for visitors to relax themselves andenjoy the neighboring scenery. they usually appear at the siteswhere the environment is quietMATERIAL:- stone , concrete, kinds of granite , castiron,steel,ceramics.
GAZEBOSGazebos are freestanding or attached to a gardenwall, roofed, and open on all sides; theyprovide shade, shelter, ornamental features ina landscape, and a place to rest. Some gazebos in publicparks are large enough to serve as bandstands or rainshelters.
Gazebo TypesGazebos include pagodas, pavilions, kiosks, belvederes, follies,Alhambra, pergolas,.Such structures are popular in warm and sunny climates. Theyare in the literature of China, Persia, and many other classicalcivilizations, going back to several millennia.