Summer in London wouldn't be complete without another wacky Serpentine Gallery Pavilion popping up on the grass in Hyde Park, and this year is no exception. Last year's design was a seriously colourful structure made from transparent plastic, but this year, they've gone for more of a minimalist vibe and ditched the colours all together.
The sixteenth annual Pavilion has been designed by Bjarke Ingels Group, who have come up with what they describe as an 'unzipped wall' made from fibreglass bricks. The architects said they wanted to create a structure that was 'both solid box and blob' – and we reckon they've pulled it off. It officially opens on June 10, when you can expect your Instagram feed to be flooded with #serpentineselfies.
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Serpentine Gallery, Kensington Gardens, W2 3XA.