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The Water Pavilion by Martin Ferrero Architecture

By • May 20, 2015

The Water Pavilion is an arresting visualization created by Martin Ferrero Architecture, creators of the Xálima Island House.

With lush hanging gardens and almost-eternal pools of water, the structure serves as a luxurious entrance to another building, the Villa Isabela.

 

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