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.


  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


    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?


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