ARCH 380 / NORA WENDL / FALL 2011
The moon pavilion engages the natural cycles of the river, tides, and moon. The long arm responds to the strength of the river current. As the tide comes in, the river current slows down and vice versa. This piece of architecture expresses the geological cycles by aligning with the moon, water, and land. It allows for a unique and dynamic language to form between human and river. This photo of a log found along the river shore was my inspiration.