Shadow Pavilion | PLY Architecture

The Shadow Pavilion, designed by PLY Architecture, sits at the University of Michigan Matthaei Botanical Gardens, is both a structure and a space made entirely of holes. It explores the logic behind the concept of phyllotaxis which in botany, describes a plant’s spiral packing arrangement of its elements.

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This pavilion offers visitors a space to take in the views and sounds of the surrounding landscape.

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