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Pop-up café reappears atop London multi-storey car park

This is Frank’s Café, a temporary rooftop pavilion in Peckham, south-east London

It was designed and built by Lettice Drake, Paloma Gormley and Henry Stringer, the directors of new firm Practice Architecture, with Price & Myers as structural engineer.

The timber-frame structure is located on level 10 of a multi-storey car park and provides a social venue for Bold Tendencies, an annual sculpture show organised by the Hannah Barry Gallery. This is the second time the pavilion has appeared in the car park – it debuted at last year’s Bold Tendencies exhibition.

Frank’s Café is open until the end of September.

Frank’s Café, a temporary rooftop pavilion in Peckham, south-east London

Frank’s Café, a temporary rooftop pavilion in Peckham, south-east London

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