TRICKSTER PATH & PAVILION

ARCH 280 / JOHN COONEY / FALL 2010
The trickster path and pavilion were inspired by one of nature’s trick: evaporation. An imaginary landscape was modeled and rendered with charcoal. A path was found and a lookout pavilion manifested along a creek ravine. The creek flows onto the roof and through this pavilion. A ramp takes you up to the lookout platform where one can sit on a  and enjoy the view. I found MC Escher’s Waterfall (1961) an inspiration.

 

 

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