We draw the sketch and the city itself puts the finishing touches on it.
The visitors can create their own scenery using the mobility of the proposed construction.
The pavilion is light, temporary. It is like a freehand sketch. All the lines look alive.
Space transition. You will not find the walls in the pavilion. The curtains symbolize the air, the wind; the space of the city goes through the pavilion. And the curtains make it possible to transform the space upon the needs and desires of even the most demanding visitor. Everyone feels comfortable here.
Transfer to the water. The canopy over the tribune coming out into the sea combines the pavilion, the city and the water. The sea is reflected in the mirror surface of the ceiling.
Columbus discovered America and of course, alongside with it he discovered the hammocks – since they appeared exactly there in America many thousand years ago. Lay in the hammock looking and the sea with a glass - what can be better?
Waves are not just the motion, glitter and shimmer of the water surface 
These curved lines are often recognized as a symbol of Barcelona.  
Complex curves being a sister of a bow sends us to the shivering lines of a hand-drawn sketch.
Work of a great Catalonian painter Joan Miro inspired us not just by his conceptuality, but also by inner freedom reflected in the lines of his paintings,
Art as an action
We interact with the world through the art. The hand painting the line depicts not only the environment, it depicts our desire to transform the reality. The uneven lines reflect the resistance of the world against our perception. And the tool of changing the reality around us through interaction with this reality is the hand of the painter. The freedom is the hand of the painter. Making hand lines, we can change the world around us.
The skeleton is constructed of thin columns, the location of which were drawn.
They support the flat roof.  The shape of the roof resembles the sail of the yacht. The underside of the roof is a mirror surface reflecting the sea.
Along the slide rails that are curved into fancy evolutions (hand constructed) the curtains move and create different scenarios. 
Dots turned into columns; lines into curtains moving which it is possible to create new spaces. 
The pavilion consists of two permanent volumes:
1.    The block with the bar, the satellite kitchen and the lavatories.
2.    The depot for the curtains and the block for chairs, tables and other things storage
There are several forethought scenarios and numerous variants of improvisations
Forethought scenarios are the following:
1.    Freedom. Fully opened space (only two volumes left) gives the opportunity to walk, make photos in the mirror ceiling, dance (text)
2.    Hammocks. Nothing in excess – just to lay in the hammock watching the sea and drink something refreshing 
3.    Café. Here one can drink a cup of coffee in a quiet pavilion hidden from the fuss of the city with the curtains
4.    Hall for exhibitions that can be large or can be divided into several rooms. The exhibits can be fixed to the slides originally meant for the curtains. The café turns into a bar counter and you can sit on the square in front of the pavilion
Made from the close sail duck (canvas) and hung to the slide rails
The curtains are the canvas of different width that can be tied or it can be possible to walk through them.   
Due to the breaks and due to the fact that the slides are in one plane, the curtains can cross
Hammocks are formed due to the facts that the curtains are the separate canvas that can be hung to the opposite columns.

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