The 1993 construction of the Conference Pavilion by the legendary Tadao Ando was the autodidact architect’s first building outside Japan. The calm and restrained structure encompasses an assortment of conference rooms. It is characterized by a highly ordered spatial articulation with a large part of its volume concealed below grade. A striking feature is the footpath leading to the pavilion, which has a significant association with meditation paths in the gardens of Japanese monasteries. The architecture film captures the meditative mood of the building and allows the concrete building to rest in the aesthetic atmosphere of the cherry orchard.