The spaces of the Pavilion are understood as spaces divided into fragments but also as a total space. They are spaces configured as a tour. In the central space there is a pool that releflects the sky and the structure of the pavilion itself. Likewise, the roof has a reflective surface that deconstructs the space and invites visions or fragments between reality and illusion.
The main building material of the pavilion are simple cement tiles. The way in which these tiles are placed in the form of layers forms a repetitive pattern that reveals the interior and exterior of the building, allowing the light to pass through, giving the sensation of a mixture of opacity and translucence. That translucence of the pavilion makes, depending on the time of day or the day you visit, it seen in a different way, leaving in the air the idea of time, reflecting its temporary nature as a building.