Can cardboard become a structural material by creating tension through weaving? Weaving-light is an interplay of skin and structure. The structure instead of being designed for stability and support it is designed to not be self standing and this way create the tension needed for the skin-fabric to become tense and self supporting. The strcuture in essence is a play with forces and equilibrium. Through parametric design the pavillion was divided into 90 unique woven strips that carefully replicate the designed geometry. These strips were later unrolled and divided into 1 metre long pieces to adapt to the fabrication and size constrains of the laser cutting machines. This discretizing of the strips was a key decision not only for fabrication but also for the assembly process as it eased and optimised weaving times by simplifying the handling and manipulation of the elements that made up the pavillon.