In Pod the repetition of standard elements was used to create a complex and integrated composition. The underlying circular nature of the design allowed for the geometry to be understood as a series of identical radial segments that could be cast repeatedly to form the structure’s shell. End segments addressed the specific requirements of the overall composition. In these elements the curvature of the primary rib form acted as the terminating edge of the structure. The pavilion offered a different interpretation of the generative geometry at work within the Modulation series and suggested the potentials of this approach to the conception of structural form and it's context within urban space.