Designed for a French jewelry manufacturer, this temporary pavilion’s geometry is abstracted from forms found in nature. The vortex-shaped design creates spaces with varying levels of intimacy. These moments are accentuated by the pavilion’s material form, which creates a play of light and shadow through the manipulation of mass and void. Small openings in stacked stone units provide both opportunities for jewelry display and glimpses to rooms beyond. Once revealed, the most intimate corner spaces contain gardens embedded with jewelry displays, enticing a sense of discovery within the foliage from which it draws inspiration.