The appearance of the Rose Pavilion was devised by parametric design techniques. The final architectural form resulted from an analysis of material properties and engineering calculations, taking into account local climatic conditions. These pointed to a preference for a domed structure in order to minimize the effect of snow loads. Collaboration between architects, engineers and biologists made possible the creation of an architectural aesthetic harmonious with the beauty of the natural environment.
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