Tapering to a thin strip at its overhanging edge, the roof of the pavilion appears to hover above the building with its glazed facades. To ensure unobstructed views of the valley, the building's load-bearing structure is merely made up of slender stanchions in shiny solid steel. The side of the pavilion facing the valley projects out from the slope, while the other side rests on the stabilised edge of the terraced surroundings.
The southern, upslope side is where the kitchen and service rooms are located along with the cloakroom, itself divided off from the function hall by a row of stanchions that are reinforced with cruciform steel cable bracings to absorb wind load and ensure safety in the event of an earthquake. On its downslope side, the pavilion can be opened up completely in three sections to enable guests to enjoy an unhampered view of the valley on warm days.
The black metal framework structure is veiled on all sides by golden sunshade curtains that provide the building a warm look. A monumental brass door and terrazzo flooring with a coating of reddish-yellow gravel add a further festive effect for events.
On the side overlooking the valley, the interior has been provided artistic touches, such as song lyrics let into the terrazzo flooring in the form of silver letters, and a horizon motif on the silvery curtains with which the function hall can be divided.