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.
This is a moment from "The Imitation of Life", Mathias Poledna's projection in the Austrian pavilion of the Biennale gardens.
A worried Pastor Mathew John, who owns the pavilion, decided to cancel the screening.
The U.S. pavilion ranked high, even before it was voted best pavilion of this year.
Had he dreamed that conversation between Spence and Burgess on the pavilion steps?
In the centre of the camp rose the pavilion of the queen—a palace in itself.
He stood for a while in the pavilion, after realizing the absurdity of expecting to find her, and considered.
Vivian was now invited to the pavilion, where refreshments were prepared.
The pavilion of Hanover at Paris was built out of the spoils of Germany.
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.