Weigela meets garden pavilion. Where a garden house/apiary stood 110 years ago, a garden pavilion is now in place. It seeks the proximity of the weigela and ornamental cherry trees. In form and construction, the design draws on a historicism with Jugendstil elements. The three roof trusses and wooden roof (without sub-roof) communicate the type of joinery into an expressive ornament in its own right.