Fishing pavilon @ Siegen

This weekend fishing retreat by Ian Shaw Architekten hangs over the edge of a lake in Siegen, Germany .

Built from exposed concrete, the building has a cantilevered base and roof that stretch six metres across the surface of the lake, creating a sheltered terrace where the client can set up his fishing equipment.

A glazed room overlooks the water at the front of the building, creating a space for reading or entertaining.

The only other rooms are a small toilet and a storage area for angling equipment.

Large square panels fold away from the rear facade, revealing a garage for storing three classic cars.

Pavilion Siegen by Ian Shaw Architekten

 

Pavilion Siegen by Ian Shaw Architekten

 

Pavilion Siegen by Ian Shaw Architekten

 

Pavilion Siegen by Ian Shaw Architekten

 

Pavilion Siegen by Ian Shaw Architekten

via dezeen.com

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