This small pavilion takes its name from the root shape of bulbous plants and is an eye-catcher in public spaces. Allium Pergola emulates this shape in an artistic way. The form is made possible by the use of high-pressure laminate that can be bent in the required way. Inside, the circular seating invites passers-by to stop and rest awhile. In the centre, organically shaped wooden columns complete the impression of a bulbous plant, but also serve as a possible support for plants such as vines.
With its organic form language and seemingly natural appearance, this pavilion skilfully draws attention to itself in an urban environment.