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COS Park Nights talks at the Serpentine Gallery

This summer, Swedish ultra-hip fashion brand COS will host a series of talks in collaboration with the Serpentine Gallery. A temporary pavilion designed by internationally renowned Japanese architect Sou Fujimoto will be hosting the series of events, which include film screenings, discussions and performances. In addition, a clothing collection inspired by the pavilion is being launched alongside the Park Nights series, ...
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2013 Serpentine Gallery Pavilion by Sou Fujimoto

The Serpentine Gallery in London has announced that award-winning architect Sou Fujimoto will design the 2013 edition of its annual Pavilion. At 41, Fujimoto is the youngest architect to accept the honor of designing the temporary Pavilion in Hyde Park, London. His project will consist of an ethereal web of 20mm steel poles creating a semi-transparent delicate structure where the surrounding ...
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Art & Design: Plans unveiled for the 2012 Serpentine Pavilion

The Serpentine Gallery has revealed exciting renderings of the 12th annual pavilion to be completed by Swiss practice Herzog & de Meuron and Chinese artist Ai Weiwei, which will coincide with the 2012 Olympics this summer. Working together for the first time since the RIBA Lubetkin Prize winning Beijing National Stadium, which was built for the 2008 Olympics, the trio will ...
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Art & Design: Google Art Project with the Serpentine Gallery

With only a year since its inception in 2011, Google has already expanded its brilliant Art Project to more than 46 galleries and art institutions worldwide.  In the first architecture partnership for this venture, the Internet giant is teaming up with the Serpentine Gallery in London to enable visitors to virtually tour Herzog & de Meuron and Ai Weiwei’s visionary ...
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My Serpentine

Now in its 11th incarnation, the Serpentine Gallery presents its annual pavilion, a temporary structure designed by an architect who has yet to see a building in Britain realized.
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