One of two competiton entries for Scotland's Pavilion at the Kolkata Bookfair. Designed as a continuous mobius strip or infinity symbol, the structure has the property of being non-orientable, allowing it to be viewed, approached and entered from any side. The rise and fall of the principle undulating floor plane forms a variety of sheltered enclosures and elevated outlooks serving a range of purposes including exhibition space for 500 books and a 100 seat capacity seminar space. The form allows for a continuous flow of people as the pavilion was anticipated to have as many as 50,000 visitors a day. Designed to be constructed for £25,000, all materials were readily available from local sources and simple techniques and tools were proposed to erect the structure.