Sanderumgaard Romantic Garden was established on Fyn Island, DK by master landscape architect Johan Bülow between 1793-1828 . Bülow’s trace can be found not only in the layout of the garden, with the boat-ridden channels and islets, but also a series of small pavillions , which he hid across the garden, to be found by the visitor. Inside each pavillion dwelled a thought, a poem , a painting; a manifestation of culture.
When our turn came to design a new pavillion for this exquisite environment, we decided to think opposite. We dreamt of something not hidden but exposed; not excluding but allowing activities; not a container of culture, but an arc for nature. The pavillion’s asymetric design permits the creation of a glazed “poetry room”, a protected space for experiencing the elements with a warm cup of tea and a book, by the fireplace.
The project is currently going successfully trough funding process, and we will hopefully soon be able to announce reaching the target!
SQUAREONE ( Kostas Poulopoulos, Jessica Frost, Phivos Sigalas, Marion Le Coq) ,Charlotte Skibsted Landskabsarkitekter, Søren Jensen Rådgivende Ingeniører, VITA Ing. Images by NOR3D (Mantas Vilkelis, Karolis Bulika)