Experimental Pavilion in China Architecture 12.02.2022 LIN Architecture architects have built an experimental pavilion, the design of which is based on the principles of three sciences: behaviorology, proxemics and ergonomics. LIN Architecture architects designed an experimental pavilion in which they decided to abandon traditional functional elements and study the behavior of people in order to discover new possibilities of space. The facility is located on Jiangxin Island in Jiangsu Province. The Bureau focused on the exercises of three complex disciplines: behaviorology, proxemics and ergonomics. Proxemics, for example, has helped architects understand how space— both personal and social—is defined and designed on different scales. The term “behaviorology” can be deciphered as “the natural science of behavior.” The principles of this philosophy coincide with the views of architects Tsukamoto and Kaijima, because the current considers nature, man and architecture as a whole. Thus, the bureau investigated the behavior of various elements in the natural environment, and also studied how wind, sunlight, the sound of waves, drizzling rain or the scent of osmanthus affect the senses, perception, touch, hearing. Therefore, the pavilion space is not fenced off from the natural environment by blank walls. On the contrary, in addition to a large window, there are many skylights and openings that allow a person to feel nature and become a part of it.