This shelter takes its form from an initial path. That path can be a straight line or a garden path; the dynamo script takes the path from Revit and builds the rest of the shelter dynamically. That path line is parametrically divided into wavelength segments. The shelter is held up by a series of trusses at the basin of each wavelength.
The hood of the shelter follows three cosine curves, which are determined by inputs.
Parametric panels are placed along the shelter, both along the wavelengths and across the width of the hood. These panels have openings that are determined by inputs. The color of each panel is determined by the area of the outside face of the panel, making a repeating pattern of colors across the shelter.