The subject of this four-week studio project was to create a temporary pavilion for architectural critiques in front of the School of Design building. This design is a flexible structure, allowing for response to multiple programmatic and site situations. Panels can be manipulated at both the macro and micro scale, allowing for a high degree of customization. Simple wooden boards slide and lock into place to allow for more or less transparency, or to create a solid surface for pin-ups. The panels can also rotate to act as tables to display architectural models, or provide seating during critiques.
- University of Pennsylvania, School of Design, 2009