A temporary structure.
Conceived and constructed entirely by a group of students from the Ryerson School of Interior Design and sponsored by the Public Realm Advisory Group (PRAG) at Ryerson University, this pavilion is open structure for the public to interact and engage with.
The pavilion’s material evokes the energy of construction and it allows for many public interpretations of its use. Its transparent nature plays with the light and frames views across gould Street that people can experience while inside the space.
Cut from standard sheets of exterior grade plywood using CNC technology, this temporary pavilion is the first of many projects to be realized around Ryerson's urban campus.
Ilustrations courtesy of Pooja Ramaswamy.