The Concept Pavilion was designed for a promotional event by the Hong Kong Tourism Board at the Hong Kong Cultural Centre. It is the centrepiece around which the visitors can congregate and relax, and it works in tandem with a light show about essential Hong Kong rhythms and moments. The Pavilion is a grid shell made of timber, and its geometry is derived from a minimal surface formed by multiple arches. The double curvature of the shell provides structural rigidity and helps to reduce member sizes and material. Each node is marked by an LED light source, which is programmed and can create different lighting scenes and atmosphere both inside and outside the Pavilion.