How do we learn to live with waste? The average produced waste per person in Denmark is 845kg per year. The accumulation of waste turns out to be one of our generations biggest problem, permeating our seas and landscapes, even our bodies. Displayed in giant inflatable volumes this pavilion aims to speak about things we consume and struggle to get rid of. Soil is the bed for breaking down and decay, but also the very starting point for seeds and life, the cycle of the living. As architecture stands separate from this process, it’s aim often to outlive ourselves, we’d like two propose the idea of borrowed scaffolding, to hold the natural for whatever shifts and processes is is going though. By inviting the soil bed while we eat or drink we invite the decaying, shifts and cycling of life, a proximity to the very process of digesting and being in symbiosis with the world.