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Interior of the Libeskind Pavilion is depressing

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LETTERS

Walking in Kensington Gardens yesterday, I stumbled upon Daniel Libeskind's new 'Pavilion' and ventured inside. The outside is arresting, if predictable, but am I the only person to find the interior possibly the most grim and depressing space in London?

Perhaps this is intended - a reflection on the Holocaust? I would love to know.

Samantha Cowan, London SW7

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