Taylor Dining Pavilion

A Flat-Packed, Farm-To-Table Dining Pavilion

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The pavilion is situated in the midst of the client’s garden, and allows them the ability to experience its dynamic presence first hand. Aside from a pleasant, insect-free place to spend a summer evening, the pavilion was programmed to provide a unique functional feature. Its direct adjacency to the fruits, vegetables and herbs of the garden allows for meals to be developed and prepared on the spot—fine-tuned to that particular day’s bounty. The project, including built-in casework and a custom dining table fabricated from the materials of the pavilion, was designed, modeled, prototyped and constructed in-house in our fabrication shop and studio. el dorado was both the architect and the builder of the pavilion.
  • 2001
  • Architect, Fabricator
  • Edgerton, MO
  • 430 SF

Client

  • Linda Gill Taylor and Steve Taylor

Eldo Team

  • Principal: Doug Stockman

Press

Photography by

  • Mike Sinclair

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