What is the meaning of Pavilion? Concept, Definition of Pavilion

Pavilion: Compendium of definitions and concepts

Definition of Pavilion

A Pavilion (pavilion in English and in French pavillon) comes from the French old paveillun (12th century), and the latin: papilio (butterfly = papillon in French). He thus appoint the tent of the Lord. The analogy with the insect would come from the sumptuous look of medieval shops. Hence the concept of a lightweight but pleasant structure created on an open space and with a secondary function.

Other definitions

• Class of military tent (certificate 1606), of square, round or polygonal plan, which culminated steadily pointed at its Center, by a stick (or tree) central
• The term evolves to a building of this form (certified 1694), very leaky and small in general. For example: hunting lodge
• Similar shapes are typical Chinese or Japanese architecture E.g.: plated Temple
• In Europe, in the gardens of 18th century architecture, the term evolves also in aedicula or whim, under different stylistic inspirations building, often Chinese. : Decorated with a Chinese pavilion project... ' ' (title of a plan towards 1770, cited in gardens in France - 1760-1820, exhibition catalogue, ed.) Box national historical monuments and places, Paris, 1977): ' not to be confused with the kiosk that is (in principle) opened.
• European classical architecture, also appoints a building model of more packaging, close to the roundabout or belvedere and retains fabric canopy, single room, lightness (very open fenestration) and the roof at tip. It is often included in a more extensive composition, which constitutes a prestigious annex. : E.g.: Pavilion of Breteuil.
• During the 19th century and today, the term is extended also to extensive constructions light and transparent, often in public places attached to large facilities (hospitals, thermal equipment, etc.). E.g.: Pavilion of the cancerous; flag of the sciences; flag of the great source (Vittel, 1932)...
• As a souvenir of their meaning, more modest (e.g. hunting cabin), or by flattery, in France, is the term currently used to refer to small houses of four facades, modest and often repetitive dimensions in their models. E.g.: a House on the outskirts.

Pavilion concept

Pavilion is a term that has its etymological origin in the old French paveillon. You can be a tent or tent that has tapered appearance thanks to the use of various stakes and ropes. For example: "When it started to rain, we took refuge in the flag of meals", "the fair is made up of several pavilions where artisans offer their products", "I would like to install a pavilion in the garden sleeping outdoors in the warmer nights".
In the field of music, the Pavilion is base or wider zone of certain musical wind instruments: can we talk of Pavilion of the clarinet, oboe, etc.
Another use of the notion of flag refers to labandera of a nation or the country in which a boat part: "the Pavilion flamed at half-mast upon the death of the Minister", "a Panamanian-flagged ship entered the port half an hour ago", "I can't distinguish the flag of the ship approaching port".
In the complexes consisting of several buildings, the pavilions are different dependencies or areas. A prison, a military barracks or a hospital can consist of several pavilions: "Last night there was a fire in the Pavilion that houses the prisoners evangelists", "Laura works at the Pavilion of Neonatology", "Sergeant already retreated to their flag". A canopy can also be a sports stadium: "the party will be held in the Pavilion of Club Atlético San Clemente".
In the cuisine of Venezuela, finally, the pabellón criollo is a dish that carries rice, fried meat, banana (also known as banana fruit), cheese and other ingredients.

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