The pavilion uses glimpses of the site, reflections from the existing lightbox gallery and Basingstoke cana; t address the tranquil nature of it`s immediate context. The pavilion canopy`s form ripples define an area for pause choreographing movement through it by allowing for moments of stillness. The interruption suggests a suspension of time to view the current exhibition or event. The embossed plywood canopy relates to changing light levels, creating a moving optical illusion similar to the existing Lightbox`s tile cladding. The pavilion iteself acts as a corridor between canal and lightbox punctuated by three exhibition areas. The walkway`s changing section further fragments views superimposing textures with light and site reflections within spatial containment. The canopy`s form refers to the canal bank whilst the more rigid footprint identifies with the nearby highway and town.