The main principle that embodies the version of Perrault is the interaction of nature and culture. The building is designed in organic forms, with membrane-type overlap. Mushroom supports in the interior of the pavilion made it possible to make the transition between the roof and as smooth as possible. The facades are designed in the form of alternating shiny cubic steel columns and diagonal glazing strips, emphasizing the smooth silhouette of the roof.
As is typical for most modern park buildings, Perrault sought to make the maximum area of the walls transparent - so that the border between the interior and the greenery outside was blurred.
Inside, the park administration, visitor center, café and social event space will be located.
Despite its location on the central axis of the park, the pavilion fits perfectly into the surrounding landscape.