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SM Khalimullah Maudarbocus designed the Pavilion of Serendipity as a second-year project during his Part 1 at London South Bank University. Set in London's Hyde Park, the pavilion is made out of cardboard tubes, which are pushed up out of a bundle to create a space underneath. This space is therefore generated entirely randomly.

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