There was a kink in the girder lines. This kink was necessary for ensuring that the girder lines are kept straight, however the same kink also resulted in the girder lines to suffer a torsion movement. The torsion was resolved into bending shear for the joist spans. 3) In normal constructions the roof elevation is defined by means of a single top of steel elevation. However this is not the case here, it could be seen that girders that are used here needed a better depth. The depth is necessary to help the girders bear weights. To resolve this girders have a steel elevation that is different from that of the joists. The girders will be located such that they share a bottom steel elevation which would help them meet the weights as will be required. On the other hand, the common top steel elevation will be used in the case of the joists. 4) The clearance that exists at the roof is needed in order to substitute for the less opaque space that is available to hide anything. A 152 mm clearance is necessary. This is because the normal plumbing work such as the drainages, sprinkler pipes and more cannot be glass and they cannot run across the transparent and see through sections of the building. The presence of very few opaque surfaces means that it will be necessary for the drain lines and more to be fitted into more compactly. Sloped drain lines were a way to achieve this. There are no extra constructions done anywhere for the sake of aesthetic preparations for this building. Where possible it is noted that some unconventional methods are used, however thee methods does not disturb the design or for addition additional work in construction. The ceiling that is presented for the Pavilion is actually duct free. This means the ceiling is partitioned and will help in providing air plenums. In all cases possible the structural concept and the architectural concept do not work as a disjointed element, it is a very integrated construction attempt.