The SINGING STRUCTURES trace the forms found in sand dunes and correlates them with the physics of aeronautics and harmonics. Within the deep subsonic wavelengths of nature lie the shape of the wind and the form of the land. The pavilion is a sculpted orchestra of cast bronze monoliths resting on fine bone-like struts. Each element performs to the whims of the wind in specific ways. Membranes, air columns, strings and bells are integrated within the acoustic forms.Tuned, amplified and arranged, the singing structures compose the void between them and the space vibrates in deep resonance.