A criss-cross of airy rainbow tunnels will make their home at the La Brea Tar Pits this summer. The free pavilion, which will be open for daily visits as well as public events from June 28 to November 24, arrives in L.A. thanks to a collaboration between Second Home, a London-based co-working space with a focus on public programming, and the Natural History Museum of Los Angeles County. The pavilion comes from architects SelgasCano; the Spanish duo of José Selgas and Lucía Cano. Its 886-square-foot chrysalis-like design features a mix of translucent plastic walls and fabric ribbons. Venture into its cavernous but bright center and you’ll find an open space set aside for free public programming, including a slate of public talks, musical performances and film screenings. “The Pavilion will be a space for diverse communities and ideas to come together, and we can’t wait to welcome everyone in,” says Rohan Silva, co-founder and co-CEO of Second Home.