Off-form concrete was used exclusively to support the pavilion and consists of three parts: the flat roof over the patio, the pitched ‘nose-cone’, and the tapered blade walls. These three forms are all bound together by an impressive, singular concrete pour. studio gram was keen to maintain the integrity of the original 1900s villa, so only subtle changes in the layout were made to incorporate a master wing, including a walk-in-robe and ensuite. The central corridor retains the original spatial arrangement of the home. It leads visitors on a ‘path of discovery’ from one end of the home to the other. The new pavilion encompasses an open-plan kitchen, living, dining amenities and outdoor entertaining area.