René van Zuuk Architekten b.v.
De Verbeelding Art Pavilion, Zeewolde, 2000
The pavilion is constructed from wood-framed sections which are canted on their bases. The resulting ‘twist’ in the roof is the building’s most prominent feature. The pavilion is sited on a small peninsula in a moat. The elongated plan echoes a concrete wall embedded in the opposite bank, which is actually a work by the sculptor Richard Serra titled ‘Sealevel’. The pavilion’s water-surrounded position makes it stand out from a distance instead of blending into the built-up surroundings.