This crisp white tea pavilion is the focal point of an English style flower garden. Grounded with an axial relationship through the adjacent parterre garden entry court to the wall fountain and trellis, the pavilion rests at the edge of the formal gardens with views to the rolling hills of the grounds beyond. Its curved hip roof lends height and a sense of levity to an otherwise modest structure. The tea pavilion provides the perfect spot of shade for refined afternoon entertainment.
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