As a token of his love, Russian architect, designer, and writer Vasily Klyukin is presenting the field of architecture with roses, specifically, with his new design, Roses Pavilion.
Inspired by the beauty and presence of the flowers, Klyukin has conceptualized a pavilion made of glass and metal shaped like a bouquet of roses. Here, variations in interior lighting will change the color of the bouquet—whether red, yellow, or a variety of shades—according to desire and mood.
Inside, the space is envisioned to house a flower shop, spa, modern art house, or jewelry museum. With any of these programs, visitors would be “full of flowers,” as the ventilation system will fill the building with the scent of roses.
Currently, there are no plans to build Roses Pavilion, but “if it finds a plot of land,” it could be a reality, says Klyukin. “Otherwise, this concept will forever remain a set of pictures, but it will probably inspire someone to implement their own artistic design.”
News via Vasily Klyukin.