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A second year studio project that focused on creating an interactive pavilion on the Penn State Campus.
Pavilion Bruco was designed to serve as a flexible meeting space for students on Penn State campus. Three movable covers allowed for a kinetic space that protected visitors from the elements. The mixed use of wood and steel components create a contrast to the mainly brick structures that surround Pavilion Bruco. Pavilion Bruco provides students, staff and visitors with an adjustable gathering space that protects users from the environment while still remaining visually open and inviting.
This project was completed in collaboration with Tova Dear, Bailey Wertz and Tatiana Barankewicz.
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