Here: A pavilion of the senses in Regent's Park
BA Architecture project: A pavilion of the senses
Third year (part time) architecture project to design a pavilion in Regent’s Park based on sensual analysis of the area. The pavilion is designed as a memorial to 40 men and boys who died in 1867 when 200 skaters fell through the ice on Regent’s Park lake. The journey through the structure is intended to create feelings of disorientation, fear, unease and apprehension – to confuse the senses and heighten the emotional response to the disaster. The structure’s form is based on the order of ice crystals and the chaos of fractured ice.