“The Garden Shelf” is a concrete summer pavilion designed by Dreier Frenzel Architecture for a family in Geneva, Switzerland. As the name implies, the structure sits on a slope with the garden as its focal point. “The Garden Shelf” consists of three boxes, which vary in size: the smallest one is for storage while the two larger boxes hold the kitchen and seating area. All the boxes are connected so inhabitants can easily move between the rooms during different functions. When the structure is not in use, wooden shutters run along the open faces the enable the structure to be enclosed.