This year’s annual architecture folly takes its rounded form from the baobab tree. It’s that time of the year again: the 2017 Serpentine Galleries pavilion, an annual Instagram phenom of an architectural folly, is here. For the Serpentine’s...Show More Summary
A look back at the pop-up spectacle before the next installment opens in Kensington Gardens It may be the world’s most popular pop-up installation in the world, especially if that world happens to be limited to architecture and design fans. Show More Summary
Burkina Faso-born architect Diébédo Francis Kéré has been selected as this year’s designer of the Serpentine Gallery Pavilion—making him the first African architect of the annual pavilion. Kéré, who leads the Berlin-based practice Kéré...Show More Summary
Here are some photos of BIG - Bjarke Ingels Group's "Unzipped Wall" Serpentine Galleries Pavilion (2016) in London's Kensington Gardens, on display until October 9th. (Photos: Iqbal Aalam)To contribute your Flickr images for consideration, just::: Join and add photos to the archidose poolTo contribute your Instagram images for consideration, just::: Tag your photos #archidose
When Asif Khan discovered Queen Caroline's Temple was originally designed to catch the sun's rays on the queen's birthday, he decided his structure would form a line from the sun as it rises to Queen Caroline's Temple, with 100 wooden posts surrounding two aluminum discs. Show More Summary
Located in front of the Serpentine Galleries in Kensington Gardens, BIG's "unzipped wall" pavilion is made of fiberglass boxes piled on top on one another. The fiberglass boxes are translucent, allowing light to permeate the inventive space. Show More Summary
Bjarke Ingels’ design stacks fibreglass bricks high, creating a curved wall that splits to invite visitors inside. "We have attempted to design a structure that embodies multiple aspects that are often perceived as opposites: a structure...Show More Summary
The Bjarke Ingels-designed Danish Pavilion at the 2010 Shanghai Expo. Photo by Wojtek Gurak via Flickr. It's only early February and it's already been a busy year for Bjarke Ingels: First, News Corp announced that it was pulling out...
All photos by Hampus Berndtson via Dezeen. Not content to let this year's Serpentine Galleries pavilion and the mind-bending installation at New York City's MoMA PS1 steal all the summer architectural folly thunder, a lovely new temporary structure has...
New images of the 2015 Serpentine Gallery Pavilion reveal a playful plastic web of alien cocoon-like corridors as construction nears completion before next week's opening. From above, the pavilion resembles a giant colored soap bubble floating through a
Photo by Iwan Baan Chile-based Smiljan Radic Studio just unveiled the 14th Serpentine Gallery Pavilion in London. The studio's innovative temporary structure looks like a giant boulder propped up on four large stones. The semi-translucent faux-boulder offers
Credits: Leon Neal Alt Text: Serpentine Gallery Pavilion, by Chilean architect Smiljan Radic Critics can't decide if it looks like a large delicate eggshell, a 60-tonne pebble or a giant doughnut First Reaction Wednesday, June 25, 2014...Show More Summary
Images for the Serpentine Galleries Pavilion 2014, designed by Chilean architect Smiljan Radic, have been unveiled, and here is Smiljan Radic Studio's External Indicative CGI of the creation, which will infest Kensington Gardens in London from 26 June to 19 October (CLICK). Show More Summary
The Serpentine has commissioned Chilean architect Smiljan Radic to design the Serpentine Galleries Pavilion 2014. Radic is the fourteenth architect to accept the invitation to design a temporary Pavilion outside the entrance to the Serpentine Gallery in Kensington Gardens. Show More Summary
A small design studio from Chile, Smiljan Radic Studio has been chosen as the 14th architect to design the legendary Serpentine Gallery Pavilion in London. The innovative temporary structure will look like a giant boulder propped up on four large stones. The
One of my favorite things about summer in London (besides the approximately 10 days of sunshine we're blessed with) is checking out the pavilion at the Serpentine Gallery in Hyde Park. The contemporary art gallery, next to the park's Serpentine lake, has had a different architect design a temporary structure every year since 2000. More
With the recent opening of the 2013 Serpentine Gallery Pavilion in London, designed by Sou Fujimoto, here are some photos of the pavilion and an exhibition in Switzerland. Serpentine Gallery Pavilion, photographed by James Attree: Serpentine...Show More Summary
This year's architecturally designed pavillion is by Sou Fujimoto and it is light as a cloud.
Award-winning Japanese architect Sou Fujimoto has come up trumps with his design for the Serpentine Gallery Pavilion 2013 in Kensington Gardens, Hyde Park, central London. He has created what is in effect a massive steel climbing frame for adults. Show More Summary
The Serpentine Gallery Pavilion 2013 is designed by multi award-winning Japanese architect Sou Fujimoto. He is the thirteenth and, at 41, the youngest architect to accept the invitation to design a temporary structure for the Serpentine Gallery. Show More Summary