Interactive Pavilion

Michael Jantzen’s Web-Shaped Pavilion is a conceptual design proposal for a large, solar-powered, interactive, public gathering place. The 130 foot tall structure is clad with motored, hinged panels that can be manipulated over the internet by people from around the world. Visitors can climb to any of the 7 levels via the central spiral staircase to get a first-hand glimpse of the pavilion’s transformation. 

Designer: Michael Jantzen


  • ashtar says:

    more and more heavy >>>>

  • Adam says:

    Since it is interactive it would be nice to show the experience from the internet user. Would they be able to watch it in live view? Can they change more than one panel each? Can the two different users interact with each other?

  • Yes they can, not much explained in this post. More here on my web site.

  • Yuri Baumann says:

    it looks very nice and the altering shape would probably be fantastic to view from outside. Some kind of a strange huge transforming creature. Nice.

    But what would be my interest in changing some panels on the outer side of a pavion at the other side of the world?
    And more than that, what would be my interest in sitting inside this thing that changes its look all the time. The light changes, the panels make noise due to the moving and there’s some kind of a nervous atmosphere. Not really what I want in a pavillon…
    But that might be just me.

    Very nice design though

  • Adam says:

    I reckon the interaction is the most interesting thing in this project. Without it you see a ______shape in the dessert. Work it through and this concept can be taken for the good concept it is.

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