The glass walls of the pavilion were covered with dark cloth which was pierced in few placed so that small holes allowed a look inside. These small holes had two functions. On the one hand, they served as apertures which the sunlight passed before projecting pictures of the outside world onto big white ballons inside the pavilion. On the other hand, they represented the only way for passers-by to glance inside the pavilion since access to the dark room was denied. Looking inside, one imagined seeing an almost cosmic scenario: planet-like, the huge white ballons, which were covered with pictures, floated in dark space, illuminated only by the light of a few “stars” around them.