REP's concept for the Oak Hall Pavilion, located within the Boyd Hill Nature Preserve, St. Petersburg, Florida, centers around the dogtrot, also known as a breezeway house or dog-run. The dogtrot style was common throughout the Southeastern U.S. during the 19th and early 20th centuries. The Oak Hall Pavilion plan bookends an open-ended central breezeway with two conditioned multipurpose rooms - all under a common roof shelter. The Pavilion purposes zero interior corridors and connecting all programmed spaces directly to the exterior. By establishing a precedent that all passive occupation and circulation of the pavilion is to be left unconditioned, the pavilion becomes more a performance platform presenting the Boyd Hill Nature Preserve entirely through the act of ingress and egress.