Serpentine Pavilion Lands in Somerset
20. March 2015
The Radič Pavilion in Somerset, 2015 (Photo: Ken Adlard, courtesy of Hauser & Wirth)
Chilean architect Smiljan Radić's design for the 2014 Serpentine Gallery Pavilion has been relocated to Hauser & Wirth's Durslade Farm in Somerset, England.
Any day now we'll find out what Spanish architecture practice SelgasCano is envisioning for the 15th Serpentine Gallery Pavilion to be installed in London's Kensington Gardens this summer, but people who missed Radić's prehistoric-looking pavilion from last year now have a second chance. Located at the end of a field designed by Piet Oudolf, the pavilion is part of the spring 2015 Architecture Season, which consists of "exhibitions, events and installations exploring the nature of collaboration between architecture and other creative disciplines has been programmed." The exhibition runs simultaneously with LAND MARKS, a display of "structures for a poetic universe" also at Hauser & Wirth Somerset.