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The walls of the pavillion doesn't always close tight together, neither does the roof segments. Someplaces the platform drops from beneath the frame and the walls. These gaps lets the weather in.
Rain is falling like a curtain from the red roof right before the platform rises to the realm of the sculptures. Rain is pouring in through the gaps and creates little streams across the platform, to become a pool in the valley of the platform. The realm of the sculptures changes character again and creates new patterns among the sculptures, and again showing them in a different element.
Wind is blowing through the gaps creating different streams of draft. On a still day the pavillion anyway will be hotter than hell. The building catalyses exterior weather changes, dramatizing them, for animating its own universe.