Eivissa Open Air
Designed by : Ludovica + Roberto Palomba
The Eivissa Open Air pavilion is without a roof structure, and a sliding fabric curtain or cover with fixed teak slats can be fitted overhead to provide shade and create a cool, sheltered space.
For a more private, stylish space, sliding glass panels or soft curtains in Velum fabric or handwoven cord can be fitted to each side.
The Open Air can be installed directly on the ground or can be fitted with flooring in teak or ceramic stone.
Material – Aluminum painted in 9 color options.
Flooring – The Eivissa pavilion can have either solid teak wood decking or stoneware, available in three colors.
Cover with fixed teak slats – The cover with fixed teak slats responds to both aesthetic and functional needs. It allows shade to be achieved by exploiting the inclination of the teak blades and creating a pleasant passage of air (Pickled Teak)
Sliding Flow curtain – Flow is a fabric curtain that provides both decoration and shade. Practical and functional, it can be opened or closed to adjust light and shade.
Perimeter glass panels – Fitted with perimeter glass panels, Eivissa becomes a completely closed space, insulated from its surroundings. The separate glass panels can be fitted to each side and fold as they open. The 375 cm version requires four glass panels; the 495 cm one five. Each tempered glass panels is 10 mm thick and about 90 cm wide. They have a built-in handle for easy opening and closing, and a foot-activated locking system. The panels can be installed both on the pavilion version with flooring and on the version fixed directly to the ground.
Perimeter curtains in acrylic fabric – The pavilion can be closed on all sides thanks to acrylic curtains available in four colours.
Perimetral curtains in braided rope – The pavilion can be closed on each side by interwoven polypropylene curtains available in two colors. The fringes in synthetic rope take up the traditional workings of lace, creating suggestive graphic effects and plays of shadows.