True to Fondation Martell’s aesthetic of transparency and openness, SelgasCano constructed a pavilion in Cognac, France, from a metal framework covered by a translucent material.
The Pavillon Martell de SelgasCano, is a new, multifaceted architectural project created by Spanish architects SelgasCano and intended to completely fill the vast paved courtyard situated behind the Fondation d’entreprise Martell during the first phase of work. True to their aesthetic of transparency and openness to the outside world, SelgasCano constructed the pavilion from a metal framework covered by a translucent material.
Strong and watertight, the material is permeated by a soft, changing light which creates intriguing iridescent effects. The rainbow reflections thus created are ideally suited to the architects’ aesthetics. This large pavilion, composed of flexible and organic shapes, is in harmony with environment, the architects defending the idea that “nature must prevail over architecture”. Inflatable seats installed in the structure, attached by straps, will allow visitors to sit, lean, or stretch out in the context of workshops, concerts, presentations, conferences, markets, games, moments of relaxation, wanderings, etc.
30 June 2017 – 30 June 2018
SelgasCano, Pavillon Martell
Fondation d’Entreprise Martell
16 Avenue Paul Firino Martell, Cognac