The Living Pavilion is Thriving

The Living Pavilion from Google Satellite ViewThe Living Pavilion is visible from outer space on Google Maps satellite.

The Living Pavilion is doing great. My colleagues from CASE and I had a delicious picnic in it on Friday. In some of the milk crates, the Liriope were spurting purple flowers. We hadn’t been sure if this species would bloom or not. It’s been wonderful to see the pavilion growing into its landscape, and continuing to receive so much attention from the community. Here are a few clips from various times this summer, you can check out a bunch more on our Architizer page.

We were published in the New York Times style section, print and online.We were published in the New York Times style section, print and online.


New York AIA has continued to be an amazing supporter.New York AIA has continued to be an amazing supporter.


Design Trust for Public Space held their regular potluck at the pavilion.Design Trust for Public Space held their regular potluck at the pavilion.


Figment and the Living Pavilion was aired on WNBC.Figment and the Living Pavilion was aired on WNBC.

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About Daniela

Daniela Morell holds a Masters in Architectural Science with a concentration in Built Ecologies from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute's Center for Architecture Science and Ecology in New York City. Her writing, research, and design work is guided by a value system for sustainability that includes both the responsible use of energy and material resources, as well as the social need for design to inspire more ecologically balanced living.
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