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SIZE MATTERS FOR MVRDV'S SERPENTINE GALLERY PLANS

The AJ has learned that MVRDV's proposed pavilion for the Serpentine Gallery is set to be 'bigger than anything that has gone before'.

The Dutch-based practice is set to design the gallery's first winter pavilion, a move that surprised traditionalists that have grown used to the summer events.A source told the AJ that designs for the structure are 'much bigger' than the gallery's authorities had expected.MVRDV's appointment follows the success of previous years when Oscar Niemeyer, Toyo Ito and Zaha Hadid all designed pavilions to widespread acclaim.

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