Students from Marywood University’s School of Architecture presented three small temporary architectural pavilions on Lackawanna County’s Courthouse Square in Scranton as part of the November First Friday Scranton Art Walk. The third-year architecture students designed and constructed the pavilions using sustainable design and construction practices. By building their own architectural designs, the students get an opportunity to test the ideas they are researching in the classroom. This video presents the pavilion constructed by the studio led by Instructor Carl Handman, AIA.

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