PAVILIONS by Daniel Libeskind, Toyo Ito and Oscar Niemeyer Ref WSE
Since the year 2000 the Serpentine Gallery in London's Hyde Park has commissioned internationally famous architects to design a series of temporary pavilions. These were installed for three summer months on the lawn fronting the Gallery and housed a café and a series of debates on urban design. At the close of the season the structures were sold off. The first pavilion was by Zaha Hadid (not featured here), followed by Daniel Libeskind in 2001, Toyo Ito in 2002, and Oscar Niemeyer in 2003
DANIEL LIBESKIND, 2001: 'Eighteen Turns' pavilion Images 1-12
TOYO ITO, 2002 Images 13-20
OSCAR NIEMEYER, 2003 Images 21-36
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