This is a first model of pavilion. I combined the usage of light in Gaudi's cathedral and Nouvel's museum to create the shade for pavilion.


This is very pretty to look at, but I do not see it as being very effective for a shade structure. Stained glass does very little to stop light from coming through, unless you planned on just making it with coloured tiles.

The amount of like a lens of plane of glass lets through can be controlled. When we think of stained glass, we see a lot of light getting through, however this is because often times stained glass panes are utilized as windows- where you'd want a lot of light to come through while being able to convey a story or just beauty. In a use like this, the shelter glass would only let 20% or 40% of the light through, providing great shade.