Well why don’t you check out some powerful pavilions?

These architectural structures function as pavilions but almost look as though they could be an installation pieces.  Maybe it is both? Either way to come upon one of these forms in a city would be very cool.  I love how it works with the city around it but stands out alone, and many of them include natural elements found around the structure or from organic material.

The spiky modules used to build this curving pavilion in Stuttgart, Germany, are made from a bioplastic containing over 90 percent renewable materials
Curving Pavilion in Stuttgart, Germany made from a bioplastic containing 90% renewable materials
This pavilion was created out of 1500 metres of undulating paper strips
The pavilion was created by 1500 meters of undulated paper
A robot was programmed to wind 60 kilometres of carbon and glass fibre filaments into this pavilion inspired by a lobster's exoskeleton
A robot was programmed to wind 60 meters of carbon and glass fiber filaments into this pavilion inspired by a lobster’s exoskeleton.
A pavilion in Beijing with a facade covered in 1200 vertical brass tubes
A pavilion in Beijing with a facade covered in 1200 vertical brass tubes
A polished steel canopy reflects visitors walking underneath at this events pavilion by Foster + Partners
A polished steel canopy reflects visitors underneath at this events pavilion by Foster + Partners
Wolfgang Buttress to design UK Milan Expo pavilion
Wolfgang Buttress
Italy unveils permanent Milan Expo pavilion that will "purify the atmosphere from smog"
Proposal for the Milan Expo 2015, which includes a pavilion with an air-cleaning facade designed by Roma studio Nemesi & Partners to resemble tree branches.
*Images from from Dezeen Online Magazine
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