Spectacular architectural pavilions are big crowd-pleasers, but critics claim they’re running out of control.
61 tonnes of slate define the 2019 Serpentine Pavilion in London. Junya Ishigami describes it as “a hill made out of rocks”.
Junya Ishigami plays with perceptions of natural and human-designed structures with a sweeping slate canopy for the Serpentine Pavilion 2019.
The annual temporary arts pavilion makes its first foray outside of the UK in Beijing. Designed by Liu Jiakun, the structure has a barely contained energy that’s the result of cutting-edge mechanics.
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