Santa Fe Pavilion
Posted by on 19 Oct 2010 in Octagonal Pavilions, Pavilions | 5 comments
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After a few days of digressions from the main theme of this site, we’re back on track again today with yet another style of pavilion for you.

Today, it’s the turn of an octagonal pavilion, called the Santa Fe Pavilion (and, no, we’ve no idea why they choose the names that they do).

Like so many other of these pavilions, there are the usual choices available to you.

Firstly, there are three basic types of construction – wood, steel frame, and all steel.

And secondly, you can go for the single-roof pavilion, or the double-roof pavilion.

(The one shown above is the double-roof all-steel Santa Fe Pavilion.)

There are a total of ten sizes available, according to the manufacturer’s website, ranging from 16 x 16 ft up to a huge 60 x 60 ft, although each of the six different variations are only available in up to six sizes.

To give you an idea of how different this pavilion can look, based on the different materials, roof styles, colours and other configuration options, take a look at these photos which, as usual, are in ascending order of size:

Wood Single Roof Santa Fe Pavilion Steel Frame Double Roof Santa Fe Pavilion All Steel Single Roof Santa Fe Pavilion
18′ x 18′ Laminated Wood Santa Fe Octagon Pavilion Shown w/Asphalt Shingles and Cupola 20′ x 20′ Steel Frame Santa Fe Octagon Double Roof Pavilion Shown w/ Green Powder Coated Frame and Green Metal Roof 24′ x 24′ All Steel Santa Fe Octagon Pavilion Shown w/Powder Coated Steel Frame, Table and Benches Not Included
Steel Frame Double Roof Santa Fe Pavilion All Steel Double Roof Santa Fe Pavilion Wood Single Roof Santa Fe Pavilion
30′ x 30′ Steel Frame Santa Fe Octagon Double Roof Pavilion Shown w/Asphalt Shingles, 4 Railing Sections and Paint Provided by Customer 30′ x 30′ All Steel Santa Fe Octagon Double Roof Pavilion Shown w/Powder Coated Steel Frame, Tables Not Included 35′ x 35′ Laminated Wood Santa Fe Octagon Pavilion Shown w/Asphalt Shingles, Tables Not Included
Steel Frame Single Roof Santa Fe Pavilion Wood Double Roof Santa Fe Pavilion All Steel Double Roof Santa Fe Pavilion
35′ x 35′ Steel Frame Santa Fe Octagon Pavilion Shown w/Asphalt Shingles, Tables Not Included 40′ x 40′ Laminated Wood Santa Fe Octagon Double Roof Pavilion Shown w/Asphalt Shingles, Cupola, 6 Railing Sections, and Paint Provided by Customer 40′ x 40′ All Steel Santa Fe Octagon Dobule Roof Pavilion Shown w/Powder Coated Steel Frame and Cupola, Tables Not Included

(Note the first pavilion shown above is either a custom-build, as the only models that are available in the 18 x 18 ft size are all-steel ones, not the wood or steel frame version, or it’s really another size, such as 20 x 20 ft.)

Once again, most of these pavilions are clearly intended for places such as public parks and playgrounds, although the smaller models, e.g. the 20 x 20ft wood pavilions, would also be practical for some private gardens too.

One of the things we really like about the Santa Fe Pavilion is its octagonal design, and from an aesthetic point of view, wood is really the only choice, although for commercial purposes, one of the steel models might be a more practical option.

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5 Responses to ““Santa Fe Pavilion”

  1. I agree wth you that from strictly an aesthetics view, wood does look best. But I wonder how much maintenance the wood requires over time.

    Michael
    The Success Secrets

  2. Adam says:

    Wow! These pictures look awesome. I specially liked the Santa Fe pavilion with laminated wood, this website is overflowing with beautiful images!

  3. I am going to start paying attention to the pavilions at the parks. I like the added dimension of the two roof pavilions.

    Yours In Health!

    Dr. Wendy M. Schauer, D.C., R.K.C.
    Come Experience The Power of the Russian KettleBell Revolution at Kettlebell Olympia – Home of A Better Body With Bells!

  4. Dennis Perry says:

    Another beautiful and useful structure!

    Thank you.

    Dennis Perry
    Create and Live the Life of Your Dreams

  5. I think they use names from the paint companies – no way that looks like Santa Fe style. But it does look great.
    christian

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