London architecture studio Pan Projects has designed Teahouse Ø as the first in a series of floating pavilions aimed at opening up Copenhagen's canals to the public.
Made in a local Copenhagen workshop, the roof and base of the teahouse were made with a wood structure clad in fiber-reinforced, plastic-covered styrofoam.
Numerous transparent, acrylic tubes were suspended from its roof to create an effect that resembles running water.
Though it has been used as a teahouse, the multi-functional structure was designed as a space that citizens of the Danish capital can use however they want.
It has also been used as a DJ stage, a floating concert stage and a yoga venue.