'Serpentine Galleries' is using its annual architecture programme to create "summer pavilions" in the famous Hyde Park, and will also expand its programme to include four summer houses.
The summer pavilion designs are distinct and beautiful and will likely make a welcome addition to the park. Each structure is unique and aesthetically pleasing. One includes large geometric shapes that are stacked on top of each other to form a larger structure that appears to be made out of metal. Another is a large white building that has a 'wave' shape and can be walked though. Another pavilion is very unique and seems to take after the word "serpentine" in 'Serpentine Galleries,' as an aerial view of the design shows large, snake-like shapes.
The exhibit will open in June and will end in October.