Honey Bee Pavilion
Through the combination of the Eastern State Penitentiary ruins and the notion for an open pavilion, generated the concept for the Honey Bee Pavilion. Different elevations and positions of the archaeologies were the concept for a system of logic and movement to create the pavilion. Also, the pavilion is programmatically planned into three zones: production, administration and entertainment. A large portion of the hill was carved out and thus resulted in the creation of a new architectural landscape. [“Carving vs Patching” & ”Violent vs Gentle”]
Site: Philadelphia, PA
Material: Pencil, Ink, Blue Foam, Copper Wire, Wire Mesh, Cardboard and Plastic.
Model Dimension: 20” L x 8” W x 3” H
Studio: Srdjan Jovanovic Weiss
WORKWORKWORK – PennDesign Architecture Student Exhibition 2008