Smiljan Radic turns to Oscar Wilde story for Serpentine Gallery Pavilion design

Chilean architect Smiljan Radic has designed a semi-translucent, cylindrical structure that resembles a shell resting on large quarry stones for the latest iteration of the Serpentine Gallery Pavilion.

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The 350 square metre work has its roots in the architect’s earlier portfolio, particularly The Castle of the Selfish Giant, which was inspired by the Oscar Wilde story.

Brand: Serpentine Galleries

Clients: Julia Peyton-Jones, director, and Hans Ulrich Obrist, co-director at Serpentine Galleries

Creative: Smiljan Radic

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