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Serpentine Pavilion 2010, Jean Nouvel with Cecil Balmond.

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The French architect Jean Nouvel's Serpentine gallery pavilion was unveiled this morning.

Exhibitions and Events | Serpentine GalleriesThis spectacular structure, designed and engineered in collaboration with Arup, was the first built project in England by legendary architect Frank Gehry. 2008

The Serpentine Galleries are among London's most popular art venues showing modern and contemporary art.

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This is a Serpentine gallery pavilion designed by Jean Nouvel in 2010. The whole design looks consistent and attractive.The pavilion provides an open space for people to have dinner and gathering that people can walk around freely. It also given out a sense of romantic and enthusiastic feel because of the red colour.

This is a Serpentine gallery pavilion designed by Jean Nouvel in 2010. The whole design looks consistent and attractive.The pavilion provides an open space for people to have dinner and gathering that people can walk around freely. It also given out a sense of romantic and enthusiastic feel because of the red colour.

Le pavillon de la Serpentine Gallery par Álvaro Siza et Eduardo Souto de Moura (2005)

Le nouveau pavillon de la Serpentine Gallery

The 2005 pavilion was a collaboration between Portuguese architects Álvaro Siza and Eduardo Souto de Moura, with British-based Cecil Balmond and Arup

Frank Gehry Serpentine Gallery Pavilion

Serpentine Gallery Pavilion 2008 by Frank Gehry

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Ateliers Jean Nouvel, The old gallery building on left, with a builder walking on the new raised grass bank.

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Video: Serpentine Gallery Pavilion 2016 by Bjarke Ingels

In this exclusive video, Bjarke Ingels explains how he used stacks of fibreglass boxes to create the undulating form of the Serpentine Gallery Pavilion 2016

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