Every summer, a temporary building springs up outside London’s Serpentine Gallery. It’s a work of architecture which leans heavily into the world of art. This year is no exception, thanks to Danish architect Bjarke Ingels and his collaborators.
On the face of it, you’d call this a whole load of knitted-together boxes. The structure is 14 metres tall and attains a series of elegant and eye-bending curves, seems to change colour and is more than enough to keep you transfixed. It would be easy to take hundreds of shots.
A lot of people come to the Pavilion and seem to use it as a mesmerising pit stop. So it’s also a great spot for candids and ‘street’ photography, using the structure as very convincing cover. It’s here until 9 October – plenty of time to come and take a look.