Triangulum is the name of the constellation that is seen in the Northern Sky. It is one of the first 48 constellations to be discovered by Ancient Greeks. The configuration of Triangulum is also a literary reference to triangulation, a clustering strategy of self organizing systems. The triangulated configuration of the pavilion actively engages the body in experiencing the refuge of the enclosure as well as providing a curated star gazing experience. In the spirit of Sukkot, whose biblical name means "Feast of In-gathering". The siting of the pavilion allows the visitor amongst strangers. Not only in observing astronomical constellations, but also making social constellations of their own.
The tensile material is a natural fiber composite of different byproducts of the paper industry, and the structural ribs, which provide rigidity to the material are made of bamboo. The folding technique for each unit, provides optimal structural integrity, flexibility and ornamentation. The pavilion is comprised of 15 modules. The number 15 is considered to be an optimal number of members within a self organizing system. There are three unit logics that drive the aggregation of the pavilion geometry-resulting in a self-generated configuration. The natural assembly provides shelter, allows for a place to meditate, and a space to star gaze.