This combination Pergola and Pavilion house a hot tub and sofa set in Mississauga On. Shadows cast through trees and cascade over the entire area– kudos to our builders as well as the landscape lighting crew. Thank you for your talented photography, Paul Lapointe.
A Mississauga Pavilion with Pergola
This Mississauga Pavilion was Built by our local pavilion builders. The design was a collaboration between GardenStructure and Brian Boyd. The night photography was by the client. A combination pergola and pavilion (with roof). The details flow to connect the pavilion to the pergola above the hot tub. A living room with a roof and a roofless hot tub create a gorgeous night time space in the yard.
The light reflecting off the pergola adds a magical quality to the entire area. All landscapes really should have some well-planned landscape lighting to bring it to life. In the daylight, the details are stunning, no longer hidden in the shadows. This is the corner of the pavilion, and the details run throughout seamlessly. What can be better than a pavilion with attached pergola? You get shade and shelter all in one–and your furniture stays dry!
This structure is a perfectly sized outdoor living room– Who has the beverages?
What is a Pavilion?
A pavilion is a roofed structure that can be built upon a slab or supported by independent footings like sonotubes or helical footings. The structure of a pavilion is much like that of a pole barn. Most people don’t realize that they need lateral support to stay upright. This can be through the use of 2 walls or a bracing of some kind. Posts can be set into the ground to add leverage, but, it should also have a brace of some kind.