Aztec Pavilion

A permanent installation commissioned by the City of El Paso, Texas.

 

Aztec Pavilion

Features ceiling rings intricately cut to form a copy of the Aztec Calendar.

 

9 solar panels collect
energy to power AC
outlets & lighting, returning
unused power to the
city grid.

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AZTEC PAVILION

by: Poetic Kinetics

The Aztec Pavilion is a permanent installation commissioned by the City of El Paso, Texas with the assistance of a federal Renewable Energy Demonstration grant. The sculpture is composed entirely of CorTen steel and features ceiling rings intricately cut to form a copy of the Aztec Calendar.  9 solar panels collect energy to power AC outlets & lighting, returning unused power to the city grid.  Educational signage near the structure provides an introduction to solar technology and a detailed description of how the pavilion works.

Installations:  Cavalry Man TrianglePark, El Paso, Texas, 2012 (Permanent)

Renewable Energy Education Demonstration Project.

El Paso, TX 2012