Prostoria nestles timber pavilion amongst leafy trees in Croatian forest

published 26.06.2020 15:00

by Dezeen Staff from dezeen.com

The pavilion comprises a series of blocky timber "islands" dressed with furnishings by Prostoria.

Dezeen promotion: as part of its Revisiting Analogue project, furniture brand Prostoria has constructed a house-like pavilion with "transparent walls" in a forest near its factory in Croatia.

It was created in collaboration with designers Numen/For Use and Simon Morasi Piperčić as part of Prostoria's Revisiting Analogue project, which combines architecture, design and film into an event for the local creatives.

Another island has been styled with sage-green versions of Prostoria's Polygon easy chair, which boasts a geometric steel-rod frame.

A handful of Prostoria's wide-backed Strain seats – which are meant to have comfy, armchair-like proportions – run along one island, while another features a single tan-leather chaise longue from the brand's Kontrapunkt range.