Standing six-meter-high, the self-standing structure does not have foundation work, due to its temporary nature. Ten-meter wide arches on East and West sides mark the entrance and exit, guiding the visitor to walk on the spiraling path leading to the Burning Lantern sculpture, designed geometrically reflecting the traditional paper lantern crafting technique. There are seven circular skylight opening at the center, which captured the moon during the Mid-Autumn Festival.
This project was commissioned by Leisure and Cultural Services Department, the Government of Hong Kong Special Administrative Region. The pavilion recorded a unique moment of Hong Kong with a contemporary, vibrant hue, and an informative initiative towards sustainable design.