This Pavilion Design is Made With a Series of Rearranging Panels

By: Misel Saban - Published: Sep 22, 2014 • References: archinect & archinect
Architect Michael Jantzen created the Shape Shifting Pavilion that allows consumers to interact with the building's facade thanks to wooden panels that can be rearranged. This allows the Shape Shifting Pavilion's design rearranged into an endless series of geometric shapes.

The Shape Shifting Pavilion is essentially a hexagonal structure made from several yellow slated panels. The panels are movable so you can adjust them into various pointed angles and play around with how much light and privacy the Shape Shifting Pavilion offers. Inside is a wrap around bench and a fire pit for people to congregate and enjoy a bit of shade. This would be a great gazebo to have in your backyard that you can customize the shape of depending on the weather. Stats for Shape-Shifting Pavilions Trending: Older & Mild
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