This is the kind of thing you do the first week in architecture school - take something standard, then draw lines all over it in order to make it look complicated and beautiful. Then, you put it on off-white paper for added appeal.
Tea Pavilion by Architectural Studio XYZ, Moscow, Russia. This project is for a tea arbour that floats on a pontoon on a lake in a sports complex. Measuring 7.6m long, 4.4m wide and 4.6m high, the structural matrix comprises almost 12,000 wooden blocks, threaded onto a 184 x 184mm grid of steel reinforcement bars to form a rigid structure.