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Libeskind's summer fun

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Daniel Libeskind has finalized his design for a summer pavilion to be erected on the lawns at Kensington Gardens' Serpentine Gallery in June. The temporary installation will be in place for three months and will be home to a cafe as well as serving as a venue for fund-raising events.

Libeskind's spokesperson described the £75,000 cladded aluminium structure as 'fun, small and fast'.Serpentine Gallery director Julia Peyton-Jones told the AJ that the pavilion would mirror the gallery's role as an exhibition space for modern contemporary art.

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