The pedestrian pavilion is part of a larger resort project to re-organize their main parking lot. Cornwell Architects was hired by the civil engineering firm to design a shelter to be used by resort guests waiting for a shuttle service to the resort and other amenities. The design draws on the adjacent golf clubhouse materials and the typical rustic up-north character to create a unique, bold shelter. The pavilion is located on a walking path between the main resort tower and the golfing facility on the edge of the parking lot. The four stone columns are tapered to add a sense of stability and strength to the free standing shelter. The roof structure is a combination of standard lumber rafters on top of pre-engineered exposed timber trusses.