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The Gallery | 2015 Construction of the Serpentine pavilion in a nutshell

Each year the bespoke and often whacky Serpentine pavilion goes from initial concept to finished space in a period of six months.

On site there is seven week long frenzy of activity to make these out of the ordinary structures a reality.

All it needs is a water feature and TV gardener Charlie Dimmock would be proud.



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