26 Sep '16, 8am

Tiny timber meditation pavilion in Italy reconnects people to nature

Tiny timber meditation pavilion in Italy reconnects people to nature

popped up on the shores of Italy’s stunning Stelvio National Park, inviting visitors to get back in touch with nature as it moved throughout the landscape. The sculptural structure, named Riondolo, is a meditation pavilion designed by Milanese architect Giovanni Wegher . Constructed from timber, the mobile pavilion was created for easy assembly and disassembly and to encourage quiet introspection in nature.

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