Design Architecture Pop-Up Art Gallery Is an Architectural Treat By Bonnie Alter Writer University of Toronto Bonnie Alter covered the sustainability and design scene for TreeHugger in London and the UK. our editorial process Bonnie Alter Updated October 11, 2018 Migrated Image Share Twitter Pinterest Email Design Tiny Homes Architecture Interior Design Green Design Urban Design Who could resist this delightful little architectural folly. Spotted on the grounds of the Chelsea College of Art & Design in London, it's a 24-hour mini-gallery with 4 display windows, with a piece of art in each. The pavilion was created by Quay2c Architects. It is made out of almost entirely recycled materials. The external boards are made out of Ecosheet, a 100% plastic recycled equivalent to plywood. The architects worked with students from a design course at the college. There will be a series of changing exhibitions over the summer. Since it is located opposite the Tate Britain art museum, it's a great chance for some young artists to get a wider audience. The pavilion will then be relocated to a place as yet undetermined. This is the second location of the m2 Gallery. Its first one is also a window measuring one metre square by half a metre deep, located in deepest Peckham in the south east part of London. Facing onto the street it too can be viewed 24 hours a day by anyone who wants to have a look.