For the seaside location on Scheveningen boulevard the Dutch artist/architect John Körmeling (Eindhoven) has designed a pavilion which looks somewhat like a pre-war petrol station. The little building is equipped with a marquee with room for a bicycle repair shop. An efficiently furnished office space offers a view in all directions. The roof's edge is decorated with typical ‘bicycle words' like ‘pedal’, ‘fresh air for your tires’ and ‘friend’, in little happy flickering lights. John Körmeling has a very unconventional take on architecture and makes an art of building, urban planning and visual art. He’s blessed with an infectious imagination. This is reflected in his humorous and clever solutions to all kinds of issues. John Kormerling has also built the Netherlands Pavilion at the Expo 2010 in Shanghai (China) with his design ’happy street’.