So i have spoken about my love for Zaha Hadid architecture in a previous blog post, but now Zaha and the Serpentine have collaborated to form a new gallery space in the park.
The Serpentine Sackler Gallery consists of an old gunpowder store from 1805 which now houses the new gallery space, while the adjacent wing is in typical Zaha style and hosts the cafe/restaurant.
This weekend i swung on down there to take a few photos, the cafe was predictably crowded-as was the whole gallery so there are limited shots sadly. One day maybe, i will get the chance to shoot one of her designs empty!
**also below a couple of shots of people interacting within Sou Fujimoto's pavilion (see previous blog post)