Green Technology Demonstration Pavilion
Client: Oktibbeha County Heritage Museum
Project Date: 2012 - 2013
- 2015 Mississippi Art Design Excellence Award
- 2015 ACSA Collaborative Practice Award
- 2013 Mississippi ASLA Merit Award: Community Service
MSU School of Architecture
The pavilion is the fifth phase of the Green Infrastructure Demonstration Gardens at the Heritage Museum. Design and built in a joint studio with the Department of Architecture, the 600 sq. ft. pavilion is constructed from a repurposed gas station pavilion. The structure supports an extensive green roof and incorporates LED lighting for events. The pavilion has increased the museum's potential for outdoor events and gatherings and is the centerpiece of the overall demonstration garden.