The design for the 2019 Serpentine Pavilion takes roofs, the most common architectural feature, as its point of departure and . It is reminiscent of roofing tiles seen around the world, bridging both architectural and cultural references through this single architectural feature. The roof of the Pavilion is made by arranging slates to create a canopy that alludes to nature. It appears to emerge from the ground of the surrounding Park.


Open to the kitchen 




The openings throughout the house are regulated through a series of expanded metal shutters which provide light control and security. These shutters redraw the limits of the house by allowing the patios to shift from exterior to interior areas of the house.


Project size: 130 m2 

Site size: 2000 m2

Completion date: 2017

Building levels: 1

Project design/construction managment: MoGS