Toyo Ito, isÂ a Japanese architect with a rep. Known for creating extreme concept buildings, his thing is erecting interactive structures like the Tower Of Winds. Located inÂ Yokohama, by day it looks similar to a stacked cans of beans but by nightÂ takes on the form ofÂ a tubular graphic equaliser,Â with lights and reflective surfacesÂ that capture the moods of the city. This temporary structure, The Pavilion,Â sits on the fringe of the Battersea Power Station and houses the exhibition’s UniversalShops, a series of guerilla stores flogging some neat gear andÂ the Yauatcha Tea House. It’s pretty striking against the red brick and industial look of theÂ Power Station, but like most good things, it’ll never last….