Architectural Association Summer Pavilion – London Panorama (High Dynamic Range)

Taking up temporary residence in Bedford Square London is the Architectural Associations Summer Pavilion by Simon Whittle.

Built in Finnforest timber the structure makes a striking contrast to the square which has just undergone a 6 month regeneration as part of the Bloomsbury Squares project. The Square is one of the best preserved set pieces of Georgian architecture in London with numerous Grade I listed buildings.

View the Quicktime panorama The Summer Pavilion (4.5mb).

Author Bio

Andy is Professor of Digital Urban Systems at the Centre for Advanced Spatial Analysis at University College London.

3 Comments

  1. TiCo - July 14, 2006

    Beautiful!!! 🙂

    the photographs are yours?

  2. Smithee - July 14, 2006

    Thanks for the comment.. yep i’ve captured all of them..

    They are available as prints as well if anyones interested.. 🙂

  3. Anonymous - July 17, 2006

    Smithee,

    I am the tutor who taught the students who designed and built this pavilion. I would be really interested to get copies of your images and the Quicktime Panorama. How can I contact you?

    Charles

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