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The Solar Wave Pavilion by Michael Jantzen
- By: Going Like SixtyJul 8, 2008
Paying homage to the extinct Mastadon, the Solar Wave Pavilion is Michael Jantzen's attempt to design an eco-friendly structure that uses a variety of alternative energy sources. The wavy roof will gather solar energy and provide as a storage system which can then be transferred to the grid. The wavy roof allows the photovoltaic cells to capture energy most efficiently. The structure is open to provide a park-like setting for the community which it serves.