With respect to the techniques of picturesque, and with the utilization of landforms, a series of five small pavilions are place in the landscape of the Fenway Park in Boston, Massachussets. These act as micro-ecosystem, serving it self. Each one with programs ranging between rooms for reading, book storage, and auditoriums. While at the same time, communicate a relationship through form to each other. A series of specimens and local stones were derive from the site, these abstraction from the site, help submerge the pavilions into it context.
The organization of the five pavilions was develop with respect to two narratives, all starting from the “Bridge” pavilion (Left Structure). From the “Bridge” pavilion, which act as a help desk, the user can head north to the “Gallery” pavilion and “Computer Lab” pavilion, these two structures, are interconnected underground by a subterranean library. If the user heads south from the Bridge pavilion, it will encounter the “W” pavilion and a dock, which will sail toward the secluded “Rare Book” pavilion.