Danish architect Bjarke Ingels has been chosen as this year’s designer of the 16th annual summer pavilion at London’s Serpentine Galleries. Take a peek at the photos below.
There are countless things to do, places to eat, and attractions to see when visiting the English capital. But this year, the annual Serpentine Summer Pavilion is London’s must-see attraction of the summer, thanks to internationally acclaimed architect Bjarke Ingels' involvement on the project.
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For those of you who don’t know, the Serpentine is made up of two contemporary exhibition spaces: the Serpentine Gallery, and the Serpentine Sackler Gallery. The Serpentine is well known for its free admission policy, as well as its annual summer pavilion project, where architects and designers are brought in to commission a one-of-a-kind, temporary pavilions for the public to enjoy. At the time of the Gallery’s invitation, the chosen architect can't have completed a permanent structure in the United Kingdom before. After an allotment of six months to complete the project, the pavilion then remains on the Gallery’s lawn for three months.