Mathematics are often used to define surfaces and this pavilion is an attempt to distill the definition of a surface to it’s pure mathematical form. Using MathCAD as a means to achieve pure mathematical expression, an Enneper surface was taken as a starting point. The equation for this surface was then abstracted so as to eliminate space curves in the structure, allowing for all of the members to be cut from flat sheets of material. The resulting surface is efficient both in its form and in its manufacture and ultimately forms a bi-level pavilion occupiable both above and below.