The Architecture Of Serpentine Pavilion Through The Years

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The Architecture Of Serpentine Pavilion Through The Years
2000 | Zaha Hadid
The Architecture Of Serpentine Pavilion Through The Years
2001 | Daniel Libeskind with Arup
The Architecture Of Serpentine Pavilion Through The Years
2002 | Toyo Ito and Cecil Balmond with Arup
The Architecture Of Serpentine Pavilion Through The Years
2003 | Oscar Niemeyer
The Architecture Of Serpentine Pavilion Through The Years
2004 | Alvaro Siza and Eduardo Souto de Moura with Cecil Balmond
The Architecture Of Serpentine Pavilion Through The Years
2006 | Rem Koolhaas with Cecil Balmond and Arup
The Architecture Of Serpentine Pavilion Through The Years
2007 | Olafur Eliasson and Kjetil Thorsen
The Architecture Of Serpentine Pavilion Through The Years
2008 | Frank Gehry
The Architecture Of Serpentine Pavilion Through The Years
2009 | Kazuyo Sejima and Ryue Nishizawa of SANAA
The Architecture Of Serpentine Pavilion Through The Years
2010 | Jean Nouvel
The Architecture Of Serpentine Pavilion Through The Years
2011 | Peter Zumthor
The Architecture Of Serpentine Pavilion Through The Years
2012 | Herzog and de Meuron and Ai Weiwei
The Architecture Of Serpentine Pavilion Through The Years
2013 | Sou Fujimot
The Architecture Of Serpentine Pavilion Through The Years
2014 | Smiljan Radic
The Architecture Of Serpentine Pavilion Through The Years
2015 | Selgas Cano
The Architecture Of Serpentine Pavilion Through The Years
2016 | BIG
The Architecture Of Serpentine Pavilion Through The Years
2017 | Francis Kéré

Lasting 17 years, the annual Serpentine Gallery Pavilion Exhibition has become one of the most expected architectural events, not only for London design but for the global architecture community.
Each summer the Serpentine invites an internationally renowned architect to create his or her first built structure in England. The Pavilion commission had become an international site for architectural experimentation and has presented by some of the world’s greatest architects. The selection is led by the Serpentine’s core curatorial thinking. The aim is to choose the top architects who consistently extend the boundaries of contemporary architectural practice and to introduce the practitioners to a wider audience.The Architecture Of Serpentine Pavilion Through The Years

The brief is to design a 300–square-meter Pavilion that is used as a café and meeting space by day and a forum for learning, debate, and entertainment at night. Since its inception the Pavilion has become an established home for the projects, it’s realized through sponsorship, in-kind support and the sale of the Pavilion. In 2000 Zaha Hadid designs the inaugural Pavilion.
See also: Serpentine Pavilion 2017 designed by the Architect Francis Kéré

The Architecture Of Serpentine Pavilion Through The Years

For the last 17 years, the Serpentine Pavilion has been a significant platform, not only to publicize architectural experimentation and Avant-garde design but to witness an communion between the designers and the public benefit.

 

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