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Serpentine reveals this year’s Serpentine Pavilion designed by SelgasCano
The designs for the 15th annual Serpentine Pavilion, released this week, have certainly drawn mixed reactions. Basically, you’ll either love it or hate it. The whimsical design was conjured up by Spanish architecture firm SelgasCano and comprises an amorphous, double-skinned polygonal structure consisting of panels of a translucent, multi-coloured fabric membrane woven through and wrapped in webbing.
There are a number of different access points for visitors, leading them into a ‘secret corridor’ between the outer and inner layer into the Pavilion’s brilliant, stained glass-effect interior.
Serpentine Galleries Director, Julia Peyton-Jones and Co-director Hans Ulrich Obrist said: “We are proud to work with SelgasCano in this, the 15th year of a commission unique in the western world that continues to showcase some of the boldest and innovative