Pine Hill Business Campus Windmill Pavilion

February 20, 2013 § Leave a comment

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Recently our photographer Bill Struhs engaged the Pavilion as a piece of functional art and produced some revealing photographs.  The pavilion can not only host an event during inclement weather, under the large overhangs, it can power itself too.  Blended between the turbine and the solar panels, the faceted walls and roof planes offer protection from the elements while maintaining a connection to the ecology that the Lowcountry is famous for.  Most of the images thus far are of the Pavilion in the landscape as it becomes the icon for the business campus.  Some of the new pictures take you inside to see it as a framing device to view the pond, fields and forest.

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