The gallery located in Kensington Gardens has already ordered the project of its summer pavilion for the 13th time from an architect who has not yet managed to build anything in England (the first in 2000 was Zaha Hadid). The construction will stand until October 20, and then, like all the previous ones, it will be sold at a charity auction.
The Fujimoto Pavilion is a structure of 20 mm steel rods, forming a three-dimensional lattice with a cell of 400 mm x 400 mm. The architect himself compares it to a cloud, but from some points of view, when the rods "line up" in one plane, it looks quite material.
To protect it from rain, a "overlap" of transparent plastic plates is provided, and inside and outside the pavilion there are seats that resemble at the same time whatnots and tribunes.