A small elegant structure called Parking Attendant’s Pavilion , grace the parking lot in Aix-en-Provence (France), has developed a French architect Jean-Luc Fugier. Concrete foundation right rectangular “wraps” screen, collected from a variety of wooden planks.
A neat and stylish cabin, where you can pay for parking and get the necessary information, provides a place for the staff looking after parking, bathroom and kitchenette. The minimalist interior is made primarily in the areas contrasting with the exterior of dark chocolate color. Bright here on only a low ceiling.
The outer shell design makes like a spiral upward. The horizontal surface of a translucent multi-element only reinforces this feeling, especially if you don’t hurry to change the view on the subject. The shell is interrupted only in that part of the structure, where the entrance and place for payment.
External translucent screen conceals what is happening inside the building, filters the bright sunlight, but doesn’t prevent the survey area parking lot located within the duty.
This simple but ingenious solution from those that transform everyday life, bringing individuality and aesthetics, even in the most utilitarian function objects.
Building area of ??the pavilion is 32 square meters, and construction time – three months.