Thursday, July 30, 2009

SANAA Architecture, London

pavillion1
pavillion3
pavillion2
rabbit chairs
japanese architects, SANAA (composed of kazuyo sejima and ryue nishizawa), architects of the new museum of new york, were chosen to construct a temporary structure to be placed on the lawn of the serpentine gallery in london's hyde park. the duo came up with the idea for a pavillion constructed out of a long continuous piece of aluminum, along with support poles to make the structure look like it's sort of floating. equally as great are the rabbit chairs, which were also designed by the two.

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