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A highlight of last week was the launch of Wood Architecture, by the AJ's own Ruth Slavid, at lvaro Siza and Eduardo Souto de Moura's Serpentine Pavilion.

One of the interesting things about the building is the way it knits into the park's urban fabric - existing paths run through it undisturbed, allowing the public right of way to be maintained. This means parties have the unusual experience of watching joggers negotiate their way through the revellers.

For the love of God, watch the booze and canapés?

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