In an “immersive love letter” to Los Angeles, @secondhome_io founders Sam Aldenton and Rohan Silva have partnered up with the Natural History Museum of LA County to bring a SelgasCano-designed project — the 2015 Serpentine Pavilion in Hyde Park, London — to LA. It will open this weekend at the @thelabreatarpits and stay for six months.
The Madrid-based design firm SelgasCano has earned a following for creating environments that appeal to the child in every adult: lots of color, plastic and plants composed into designs that feel spontaneous and relaxed, yet highly sophisticated.
Hear the story behind SelgasCano, the Serpentine Pavilion, and their other LA projects, including Second Home on @KCRWDnA. [Link in bio]
Will you be paying the pop up a visit this summer?
📸: Iwan Baan, courtesy of Second Home
📸: Frances Anderton
Hurry if you want to immerse yourself in these colorful rainbow tunnels near La Brea Tar Pits because they will be gone by the end of the month.
The Second Home Serpentine Pavillion is an art sculpture by Spanish architects Selgas Cano.
It was originally installed for the prestigious Serpentine Gallery in London's Hyde Park, in 2015, and it’s the first time the pavilion is traveling to the USA.
So far, Los Angeles is the only American city where you can experience this fun and dazzling installation
Running until November 24. Free entry. ...
Where did they put our parcels ? .
We had the chance to visit the Bjarke Ingels Group BIG’s Serpentine Pavilion in Toronto last year. It is called « unzipped » and was formerly built in 2016 for the serpentine gallery in london. ...