The arrangement of the poles organizes the space below the roofing. Rooms, walls, aisles, squares or even atria may be formed by accumulation and scattering of the vertical structure, creating a captivating spatial experience. It is meant to host objects as well as to serve as a space for communication and encounter.
Depending on the context of construction, the pavilion can be built in various sizes and layouts - the modular concept allows for successive extension. As the poles are simply slid through the roofing their actual height adapts to the site topography, enabling the pavilion to be set up on uneven terrain.