Interactive Pavilion Studio Integrates Nature, Human Behavior, and Parametric Modeling

Saleh Kalantari’s first studio as an assistant professor with the interior design program focused on the design of a pavilion in an urban environment–based on three episodes of form generation: nature, human behavior, and parametric modeling. These approaches integrated into a final design project.

The aim of the project was to observe an urban environment, analyze human behavior, and generate form based on parametric pattern. The design proposal exhibited a high degree of creative flare, a high quality for an inclusive public space pavilion, and human based form generation solutions.

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