Any owner of a country house wants to have a corner on his plot where you can spend time with friends and relatives, regardless of the weather, or where you can retire to listen to the sound of rain and the singing of birds. Such a place on the backyard is usually called a pavilion, a gazebo or a canopy. Initially, the history of designs begins with the eastern tents, protecting their owners from the scorching sun and strong wind. Later, the pavilions were set specially for any event, for carrying out folk festivals, fairs, celebrations. In the post-Soviet times, such designs were intended for the recreation of citizens, they accommodated attractions, mobile circuses, amusements and shops.
Garden pavilions are buildings on private plots. Depending on their functional purpose, they can be all-season and summer, demountable and stationary, open and closed. In any case, they are designed to protect from bad weather and organize normal conditions for leisure. Their structure should not stand out from the overall landscape design of your site, but harmoniously complement the surrounding plants and the house itself.
The garden pavilion must meet all the necessary parameters for its purpose. Before its arrangement carefully weigh what you want to get from this kind of construction. Will it be used as a dining room, a summer kitchen or a place for barbecue and barbecue, for the reception of guests, storage of tools or just as a gazebo for reading books and quiet rest. Such preliminary calculations will help you to save on materials and get the desired result. Determine the shape of the structure, the material of manufacture and the location, especially the latter is important for stationary placement.
The advantage of a collapsible construction is that it does not require a foundation. Such a garden pavilion can be installed and moved at any time and to the desired place. Does not require building permits. In stores there is a wide range of such types of goods with detailed assembly instructions that will allow you to handle the process yourself without resorting to outside help. The use of collapsible construction for the purpose is possible only in the warm season.
The stationary garden pavilion is an intermediate variant between a house and a temporary house. You can build it as a separate structure, and adjacent to the main building or to the fence. The latter option will save on the arrangement of one wall and the necessary space. In such houses you can build a room for storing tools or placing various technological equipment (pool cleaner, generators, pumps, etc.). The garden pavilion can be planned and combined with a canopy, providing parking for the car. Here you can build a winter garden, which will make it possible to plant and admire any kind of plants throughout the year. Or make a guest house where your friends can relax without constraining the hosts. It all depends on your imagination and finances.
The article suggests the main recommendations on how to take into account details, how to choose the type of construction and how to build a pavilion. The garden plot will be transformed at the expense of such a structure and will become your family's favorite vacation spot.