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Ante-Pavilion, Clerkenwell, United Kingdom

Friday 19 May 2006

Why are you in Clerkenwell?

Ante-Pavilion by David Morley Architects in Clerkenwell, United Kingdom
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Temporary pavilion / installation in Clerkenwell 

An intriguing curved structure has appeared in front of St James Church on London's Clerkenwell Green. The 'Ante-Pavilion' is a temporary structure designed as a response to the British Council's plan for the Venice Architecture Biennale. It leads people from the end of the yard to the church, and people can enjoy a multi-sensory sound installation through the pavilion. David Morley Architects, the designers of this pavilion are now collecting people's opinions about Clerkenwell, which is said to have the highest concentration of architects in the world, and these opinions will form part of the installation. It is open to the public during the London Architecture Biennale, from 16 to 25 June.

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David Morley Architects

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