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Daniel Libeskind's temporary pavilion

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The Serpentine Gallery in London's Kensington Gardens has released this image of Daniel Libeskind's temporary pavilion, now on site. Adjacent to the gallery, taking the space occupied by last year's Zaha Hadid-designed structure, the pavilion is due to be completed by 16 June.The 35x18x7m aluminium structure will serve as a lecture theatre, cafe and gallery party venue for the summer, closing on 9 September. A series of talks organised by the Architecture Foundation is planned for the pavilion, which is capable of accommodating 300 people. Lord Rogers and Will Alsop will speak at the first event on 25 June. Call 020 7253 3334 for details.

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