The pavilion was built on an existing water tank that defined its footprint. As it is amidst lush greenery, glass was chosen as the primary material to replace not only the walls, but also part of the ceiling. Wooden pillars and a single wall formed the primary structure of the pavilion. The wooden pillars also doubled as a frame for the door – one of the only opaque materials. Wooden joists formed the secondary structural components, exposed to the interior. The existing stone wall of the compound forms the fourth edge of the pavilion, adding an earthy character to the space.