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Ron Arad designs the modular Armadillo Tea Pavilion for indoor and outdoor use

As a modular structure, the Armadillo Tea Pavilion can be expanded as needed and reconfigured to suit a variety of needs. The base model measures 18 square meters and comprises five molded shells connected together with fixings crafted from hand-patinated brass and bronze. Made from timber, the shells can be completed using the buyer’s choice in a set range of finishes depending on the pavilion’s intended use.
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