Sinclaire Pavilion

The Sinclaire Pavilion

The Sinclaire Pavilion is an inviting, open-air space for students to get away from the normal hustle and bustle found inside the neighboring Ellwood building.

Designed in 2001 by interdisciplinary architecture and design studio Hodgetts + Fung, the 3,000-square-foot pavilion includes informal gathering spaces, un-curated display areas, a kitchenette, and even a mini amphitheater.

Neatly tucked into the existing landscape, the Sinclaire Pavilion also serves as an extension of the Sculpture Garden, with sweeping views of the San Gabriel mountains, making it a flexible programming space for outdoor events and activities.

ArtCenter College of Design
Hillside Campus
1700 Lida Street
Pasadena, CA 91103
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The pavilion provides a relaxed setting for interaction among students of various disciplines.

Hsin-ming Fung
mural at sinclaire pavilion
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On the Fence

The Sinclaire Pavilion Image Gallery