Idea project for a themed pavilion in Kyoto

A pavilion inspired by Kinbaku ceremony and kinbaku drawings

Kinbaku is Japanese for Bondage Ceremony. The idea is to give people who don't have access to this underground practice a place and methodology to get familiar with its patterns, rhythm and aesthetics. In other words, with its concept.

The result is not to make a pavilion for the practice of bondage, but a metal grating pavilion which can be experienced as a Watcher, a Master or a Subject of the ceremony.

Gocho, the Imperial Palace Gardens of Kyoto, Japan.