Design a simple, naturally day-lit structure or pavilion that resists solar heat

Design a simple, naturally day-lit structure or pavilion that resists solar heat gain & glare and which also incorporates some form of building integrated photovoltaic (BIPV).
Sketch a simple floor plan with nearby site context, roof plan and a building section to illustrate the active solar design methods being employed. As applicable, identify any nearby vegetation (trees?), and pay attention to aesthetics (this is a design exercise, not merely an engineering activity). Consider using color and line-weight differentiation as a way to clearly communicate your design intent and to distinguish between physical elements and graphic notation (such as a north arrow). PLEASE INCLUDE NORTH ARROW
Your structure/pavilion can be located either at the area where you performed a Site Analysis or, for students in the 200B class, at the project site for that class.
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