Continued from Part 1.
Using the research I had conducted earlier I started to consider how I was going to design my pavilion. I was particularly inspired by the perspective of looking under the bridge so I thought about how I could have a pavilion that you could walk through that would give this impression.
I also started to make small scale models to help me come up with an effective use of space and flow through my pavilion.
I also considered the materials from he Victorian railway bridge including the metal girders and brickwork and how it contrasted against the natural elements and waves of the river Tay.
I considered using how I could bring in rounded arches or reflective parts to represent the bridge against the silvery Tay.
I thought it would be a great idea if I could also incorporate the beautiful sunrises and sunsets that Dundee is reknown for and thought it would be a great idea if I could stained glass to represent the light. And even how I could use this light to reflect shapes and patterns across the ground.