FULL PORTFOLIO DESIGN
The Genesis Pavilion was a concept design project meant to regenerate and influence the importance of a city square by repopulating it through a major architectural attraction. The Pavilion structure is placed in the dominant area of the square, covering most of the open and wasted space. The design of the Pavilion permits a vast majority of outdoor activities to occur, thus also granting it great versatile opportunities for the community. The main idea for the concept of the project was correlation, an everlasting coexistence and collaboration between elements. And so the geometry of the Pavilion reacts as a nucleus for both organic and rectangular shapes, coming together, coexisting and remaining in a constant interwoven dance with each other, spreading in both the plane region and towards the height. Every element of the Pavilion is never solitary and always in a constant correlation with at least another element. They flow, bend and twist together to form both a path of direction and a roofing mesh, all leading towards the center point where structure and stability elevates to great heights.