We curated and designed the Bonjour India Experience pavilion, a one-of-its-kind travelling exhibition at the heart of Bonjour India that celebrated one of the largest and most diverse Indo-French collaborations. Combining art, architecture, experience design and urbanism, the installation travelled across the country from the iconic India Gate in Delhi to the book fair in Kolkata. The design had to balance the functional demands of a travelling pavilion with the requirements of a sealed exhibition space required to safely house audio visual equipment while creating a comfortable environment for the visitors. The pavilion had to be designed to be installed and dismantled in three days in crowded public spaces without the use of heavy machinery; with the ease of adapting to new sites. The form of the pavilion evolved from the idea of confluence, with 6 curves rising together to embrace three pavilions that highlight Indo-French creativity, innovation & partnership. The metal curves, arranged in a modular symmetry spiraling out from a central core, consisted of a rhythmic arrangement of staggered, self-supporting steel members draped with hand woven steel mesh. At various points in the exhibition, multimedia art installations present the layered narratives as information and abstraction through continuous yet distinct spatial experiences. The metal members and mesh provide for visual permeability, allowing the structure to weave into the urban surroundings, both emerging from and merging into the context. The pavilion’s accessibility and interaction with the diversity of the urban public space became was instrumental to its success. The pavilion is designed to be reused, reassembled and to have a life of its own post this edition of Bonjour India. The Bonjour India Experience reaffirmed for us the power of space, carefully produced and generously accessible, as a medium and setting for immersive storytelling that leaves lasting impressions.