Anderson Pavilion is a modern residential pavilion in Modesto, California designed as a composition of three square cubes of Miller design is designed. The summer pavilion with a sheltered inner courtyard is transformed into a cozy and secure retreat in winter. The furnishing and facade design is kept in the industrial style and provides visual variety in a friendly residential area in Modesto with many similar-looking residential buildings.
A new building with a flat roof in an industrial style
The residential pavilion was built as an extension of an existing residential building – more precisely a beach-style bungalow, built in 1923. A smooth transition from the old bungalow to the new structure was achieved through the use of the same materials and colors. The contemporary structure clad in corten steel seems to exist in full harmony with its surroundings.
Industrial-style pavilion-like building
The new living cube is divided into two floors – the ground floor offers parking space for up to two vehicles and is equipped with a hydraulically operated and automatically quick-lock garage door made of Corten steel. The upper floor is an airy, spacious room and includes a room with entertainment function and a guest suite. The industrial-style pavilion has large windows on three sides, offering beautiful views of the street and the inner courtyard, as well as natural cross ventilation.
There is a light-flooded living area with a fully equipped kitchenette, dining area, and cozy seating area. The idyll in the living area is completed by a brass fireplace floating in the air and a stainless steel bathtub with whirlpool.
Images: Miller Design
Anderson Pavilion in Modesto
Facade cladding made of corten steel
Modern entrance door with a rust look
A tree grows in the middle of the courtyard
View of the inner courtyard
Bright living area with fireplace