The closing event of the pavilion is a Prada fashion show for 500 guests.
A "FOR SALE" sign hangs outside the Nordic pavilion and a real-estate agent takes visitors on house tours.
A worried Pastor Mathew John, who owns the pavilion, decided to cancel the screening.
c.1200, "large, stately tent," from Old French paveillon "large tent; butterfly" (12c.), from Latin papilionem (nominative papilio) "butterfly, moth," in Medieval Latin "tent" (see papillon); the type of tent so called on resemblance to wings. Meaning "open building in a park, etc., used for shelter or entertainment" is attested from 1680s.
a tent or tabernacle (2 Sam. 22:12; 1 Kings 20:12-16), or enclosure (Ps. 18:11; 27:5). In Jer. 43:10 it probably denotes the canopy suspended over the judgement-seat of the king.