The BA_LIK pavilion was designed by Vallo Sadovsky Architects and is set in one of Bratislava's historical squares. It is one of the projects of City Interventions, a long-running initiative which invites young architects to propose feasible architectural solutions to various problems and neglected spaces in Bratislava, with the hope that, within an urban context, small changes can create big effects. Flexibility and mobility are the main characteristics of the pavilion. The object itself is composed of 5 elements, mounted on wheels, that can be moved and connected so it becomes closed and compact or loosely open. During the summer months it can be used for various cultural activities: theatre performances, concerts or photography expositions. Similar to how a concert differs from a theatre performance, the proposed structure can adapt and change. When there is no particular event taking place, the pavilion becomes modern city furniture.