The Multiplicity Pavilion aims to create an explorative and interactive space for its visitors. Surrounded partly by bodies of water, the pavilion is accessed through pathways and grassy areas. This enables the curation of the space and how viewers interact with the pavilion and its surrounds. The landscape to the southeast of the site is composed of grass and curbstones with flowing water inside. The curb provides a threshold, and the user can rest by the side. To the north, the pavilion opens out to a view of the ecological pond where the water body and various plants blend, providing users with visual access to the landscape design. Through an oculus in the pavilion, light can be reflected to the interior.