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5 architectural pavilions at the Serpentine Gallery this year

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credit: Bonnie Alter

It is constructed from a series of 1,800 extruded fibreglass frames, stacked on top of each other. Each is riveted to the next. The architect was inspired by the ubiquity of the brick wall in London. From the outside, its sculptural form almost looks like a modern-day church.

It is 14 metres high. Depending upon where you stand it is either a straight wall or a sexy curve. It is either opaque or see-through.

It is all a soft pale grey colour which is a calm and peaceful presence in the busy park space.

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