The Primitive Pavilion is a deep roofscape composed of primary geometries set upon elemental columns, bridging man between Earth and Sky at West Kowloon Cultural Park in Hong Kong.


A deep roofscape, composed of six primary geometries intersecting one another - one triangle, two squares, and three circles - are supported by five columns that curate a free-flowing space for a wide range of activities.


The roofscape casts a kaleidoscope of color and light upon on a soft landscape surfaced with recycled rubber.


Nursery Park is only the first step in the Primitive Pavilion's long life: a kit-of-parts construction allows its six primary geometries to be reassembled efficiently in other locations across Hong Kong.