Contemporary garden pavilion
The contemporary Learning Pavilion and Walled Garden at the Museum in the Park in Stroud was created in the overgrown and unloved garden space left over from when the museum was a private house. One of the most striking things about the pavilion is the use of zinc cladding in two colourways (gold and copper oxide) which sits so well in the colours and textures of the garden. It also features a sedum green roof and photovoltaic solar panels, and panoramic sliding glass doors.
- Architect: Austin Design Works
- M&E engineer: Greengauge Environmental
- Photography: Mark Walsh