Inspired by the existing facade structure, this strategy attempts to relocate the user with wider awareness to their surrounding environment, whilst also commenting on the temporality of pavilion installation and linking to political agendas of community planting.  The proposal incorporates a skeletal scaffolding construction which houses a series of compartmental elements of planting. This temporary garden is managed by visitors and users adding and subtracting to the plant quantities. This in effect is intended to spread acknowledgement and awareness of ‘grown your own’. The subtracting nature of the form is a progressive transformation of spatial treatment which is dependent on time and engagement.