Local architecture firm Levenbetts adds to the contemporary art scene with this trapezoidal white pavilion. The structure is erected on the grounds of an art center in Upstate New York. The project is endlessly interesting as it embraces a highly sculptural aesthetic. Dubbed 'Zoid,' it frames "rolling fields and woodlands" through the lens of architecture.
Levenbetts' white pavilion consists of six volumes that have a chaotically mismatched appearance when it comes to hight and width. The cluster forms a mini-courtyard. For one, this feature can be considered an opportunity for public interaction — both with the architecture and with each other. This adds a dimension of communal growth for the white pavilion. The space is simply furnished with wooden blocks that are provided as seating furniture.
Photo credits: Richard Barnes, Levenbetts