Architects: Vetter Denk Architects
Location: Chenequa, WI, USA
Design Team: Josh Ehr, Nairn Olker, Nick Carnahan
Design Architect: John Vetter, AIA
Area: 8000.0 ft2
Photographs: Ryan Hainey, Alloy Photography, John Vetter
General Contractor: True Inc
Lighting: Anne Kustner Lighting & Design
Structural: Spire Engineering
From the architect. A minimal insertion into a densely wooded landscape, the Collector’s Pavilion provides the owners with an 8,000 sf private fitness space and vintage automobile gallery. On a gently sloping site in amongst a grove of trees, the pavilion slides into the topography – mimicking and contrasting the surrounding landscape with a folded roof plane that hovers over a board formed concrete base.
The clients’ requirement for a nearby room to display a growing car collection as well as provide a remote area for personal fitness carries with it a series of challenges related to privacy and security. The pavilion nestles into the wooded site –
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