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Nevis Pavilion by Robert M. Gurney

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Nevis garden pavilion designed by Robert M. Gurney is a beautiful small retreat created for an existing house neighboring with the woods. The beautiful surroundings and a swimming pool can be viewed from the inside of the pavilion which was designed for any weather featuring a fireplace and heated floors.

Nevis Pavilion by Robert M. Gurney

There is a living area in the pavilion along with a small kitchen hidden by a stone wall with a slim rectangular window. The ceiling and an additional block of the pavilion are finished with wood with an outdoor shower fixed to it. Half of the structure is made of glass which allows residents to enjoy the view.

The pavilion was designed close to the house and has a stone pathway leading to it from a back yard with a green lawn outlined with flowers.

Nevis pavilion also makes for a great personal retreat filled with serenity of trees and water. Pavilions are a great addition to the houses providing more living space and unity with nature.

Wood Pavilion Nevis

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