Abandoned and discarded fishing gear makes up about 10 percent of trash collected in the world’s oceans, creating a major threat to the well‐being of sea life. Color Waves Pavilion imagines a gathering space enclosed and sheltered by recycled fishing nets and fishing rods. The design combines the structural advantages of the two materials to create a light, interactive, and playful pavilion structure. Layered fishnets of various colors reflect the sunlight and cast ever‐changing shadows on the visitors. The form of the pavilion morphs with the wind and can be adjusted by tightening the fishing lines on the fishing rods. After the season, the building components can be reused for recreational fishing and interior decoration.