Robot-Made Pavilions are installations created during workshops that teach the potential and use of robotic fabrication in wood. These pavilions are constructed over a 5-day workshop, during which students learn about advanced fabrication methodologies and operate the robot to build the installation. The final pavilion is installed at Main Mall and University Boulevard at the heart of UBC. With each new build, the previous workshop’s pavilion is replaced. The earlier pavilions were designed and the workshops were run by the Institute for Computational Design at UBC. The later ones are a collaboration between UBC and the original researchers, who are now at other institutions: David Correa at the University of Waterloo and Oliver David Krieg at Intelligent City.