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Fujimoto's Serpentine Pavilion Through the Lens of James Aiken

Dazzling viewers with its “tron-like landscape of infinite white,” as described by Guardian critic Oliver Wainwright, Sou Fujimoto’s Serpentine Pavilion in Hyde Park is arguably “one of the most radical pavilions to date.” The 350 square-meter latticed structure melts into its surrounding by fusing together the man-made and natural world, creating a lush, semi-transparent terrain that hosts terraces of seating, steps and side tables that complement its interior coffee bar (view more images here).

This video was provided by film maker James Aiken.

Cite:Karissa Rosenfield. "Fujimoto's Serpentine Pavilion Through the Lens of James Aiken" 13 Jun 2013. ArchDaily. Accesed . <http://www.archdaily.com/388267/fujimoto-s-serpentine-pavilion-through-the-lens-of-james-aiken/>