4 Seasons

This is something I thought about while working with the different layers of the pavilion and the connections between them. I have previously only really thought about the interior forest in terms of appearance and detailing. A new outset is to think about the different layers in terms of seasons.

The forest is then autumn, dusky and foggy. The upper landscape is, as it’s outside, during summer, an undulating summer meadow, with spots of long grass to hide in. The inner caves below the forest will be frosty winter, gleaming of ice and snow, while the outer caves are the first days of spring, coming back to life as you exit the pavilion, into the bright summer again.

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