TROY RIVERFRONT PAVILION
Professor: Adam Dayem
In this studio, we were asked to design a pavilion to be situated in an abandoned park in downtown Troy, NY. We had to choose a shape that could fold over on itself without creating any gaps so I chose the rhombic dodecahedron, a figure comprised of twelve rhombuses. Using Grasshopper definitions, the shape was multiplied, aerated, and booleaned to create maleable forms to create inhabitable spaces.