This pavilion concept was designed to look like a bouquet of roses and is the definition of experiential architecture.
The 'Roses Pavilion' idea was masterminded by the Russian architect and "futuristic designer" Vasily Klyukin. The pavilion would be built with glass and metal and would have lights that could change the building's colors -- making it both solid and multicolored depended on need. The pavilion concept was created in the hopes that it will come to life or inspire someone to build something similar and the designer believes it could house retail spaces such as flower shops, museums and spas.
This pavilion concept draws inspiration from nature and is meant to be multi-functional rather than serving one specific purpose.