Liquid Pavilion is a mirrored structure that is practically camouflaged by the lake and forest reflecting upon its surface. Designed by Portugese architecture studio DepA, this amazing pavilion is located in the 18-hectare land of Portugal’s Serralves Museum of Contemporary Art. The intriguing structure mimics the polygonal shape of the main museum, a perfect configuration for its function as a projection space.

“In addition to its relationship between the Museum and the Park, it also establishes a bridge with the artwork it harbours, due to its location and the relationship that it obliges the visitor to establish with the water. However, the pavilion’s interior is sufficiently neutral to create the space required to be able to discover the video projected inside,” state the architects.

Photography © Jose Campos