Serpentine Pavilion 2014
London, United Kingdom
The annual Serpentine Pavilion program gives architects who are yet to work in the UK an opportunity to design a summer pavilion in the gallery's garden. In 2014, Chilean architect, Smiljan Radic, was awarded this opportunity and produced a cave-like shell that returned to a primal sense of architecture.
By designing a large fiberglass orb, punctuated by curated views towards the surrounding Hyde Park, Radic has reveled in the archaic theme of prospect and refuge.
Photographed by Robert Martin
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Last updated: June 22, 2015