Parametric modeling has allowed the use of kinetic architecture to advance to impressive limits. The magnetic pavilion pushes, or rather repels, these limits. It responds to the proximity of people walking toward it. In its static, dormant state, its louvres are spaced evenly. The metal louvres are actuated by magnetic sources contained within both the overhead rail system and track casing at its base. As people approach, it repels, creating openings for visitors to either walk through or enjoy the space inside.