This pavilion, designed for the Herbert F. Johnson Museum of Art, is intended for temporary exhibitions and public events on campus that can provide flexible space for diverse indoor and outdoor public activities. In order to contrast the vertical solidity of the museum, the pavilion is designed to be very horizontal and partially underground. The exterior of the pavilion is minimal and it expresses the idea of rotation and fragmentation. The interior design is much more intricate, creating solid and void at different hierarchies through carvings. The complexity of the interior is in constant tension with the simplicity of the exterior, adding to the experience as one enters the pavilion.