Adjacent to a stand of Pines the Pavilion emerges at the rim of a circular meadow at the heart of a new planned community. A place of gathering and podium for cultural performances, the Pavilion gives visual expression of community identity.
A circular ring of red poles invites gathering, echoes and interlocks with circular meadow, marrying structure to landform; humanity to place. The tectonic figure of pole, brace, and beam resonates with surrounding Pines reflecting identification with regional landscape and history.
Sunlight filters down through overlapping blades of structure; shelter becomes an airy bosque dissolving into forest and sky.