by Mas Architects

12 beautiful, cost-efficient & functional pavilion designs for your home

SHILPI CHAKRAVARTY SHILPI CHAKRAVARTY
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Today’s homify story is not about touring an entire dwelling but about pavilions that could be seen as wonderful house-extensions or dedicated summer houses/ functional areas of a house; in colonial times, such pavilions were usually located next to the main residential building & served to accommodate servants.

Pravet based home-builders from MAS ARCHITECTS have come up with some amazing examples of pavilions, that serve as a variety of practical- private & social spaces, and this article celebrates 12 lovely examples of their master-work. Join us as we walk through 12 simply amazing pavilions that are high on utility, pocket-friendly and visually appealing. These 12 can serve as great templates for you to redesign your home, adding spaces or simply giving your home a jazzy, functionally enriched makeover.

Have a closer look & be inspired!

1. Greens surround the neat white walls having black-framed glass doors- simple modernity.

2. Multiple glass doors & skylights adorn appealing functionalities.

3. Mini cabin for economical garden lounge or small media-room- take your pick!

4. Plush bungalow comfort- entertain in contemporary fashion.

5. Homey on the rooftop terrace for bright coziness & humble convenience.

6. Singular asymmetry defies size to boast of poised creativity & chic contrast.

7. Minimalist elegance bedecks amply convenient design.

8. Privacy guaranteed in comfy cottage connected to the 2-storey main abode.

9. Simplicity of comforting design next to palliative green relief.

10. Modish sanctum of coziness with a hint of warm woody nobility.

11. This one with an overhang offers plentiful rejuvenating essence.

12. Uncomplicated usefulness in minimalistic character.

Which of these resonates with your rejig plans?
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