Assuming the symbolic and iconic character that a pavilion representative of culture can achieve, it is proposed that the fundamental concept of the project is space. A place that is capable of summoning people, but also phenomena and sensations. Phenomena linked to the seasons of the year, festivals and exhibitions and events related to culture. Visitor experimentation is sought when touring the pavilion using the materials with which it is built: light, shadows, air, transparencies, lightness, landscape, alterations, reflections and surprise.
The spatial qualities of the pavilion are displayed when accessing the structure. Inside, the spaces are irradiated by the shadows of the tree branches between which the pavilion is accommodated, as well as by the reflections of its materiality. Something reminds the interior of the pavilion to those photographs of the souks by Bernard Rudofsky where countless events take place under the filtered light. Formally, the pavilion seeks to dismember itself to blend with the treetops and occupy the scalene triangle proposed as an intervention area. The extrusion of a path between the trunks would well define the idea behind the project, which tries to bristle its roof to merge with the plane of the tree mass.