The new construction of the pavilion blends in with the garden. The existing slope is intercepted by two slightly sloping in-situ concrete walls. In the opening figure of the walls, a small stone patio emerges as a transition to the main house. It becomes a lounge area in the light shade.
Existing materials from different eras, such as old sandstone slabs and small porphyry stones, are taken up and reused. Fruit trees are transplanted and integrated into the new design. By adding new, artificial materials with lively structures and surfaces, the garden is continued in its diversity.
The natural change and the resulting patina are considered by the selection of materials and structures. Plants like wild wine on the walls and several types of bamboo support the transformation.