The Serpentine Pavilion is always a beautiful and fascinating piece of architecture that pops up in Kensington Gardens. This year it’s designed by Francis Kéré, be sure to check it out before it closes in October.
I’m always one to get involved and as the final part of the Richard Rogers exhibition at the Royal Academy of Arts engages visitors in debate and discussion surrounding modern architecture I couldn’t help but get excited. Be sure to see this before it closes in October.
Henri Labrouste: Structure Brought To Light is the first solo exhibition of this incredible architect at MOMA NY and comes to an end this month on the 24th June. Labrouste’s beautiful use of light within architecture can be seen at the Bibliothèque Sainte-Geneviève and the Bibliothèque Nationale in Paris. Both… Read More →