"I tried to create something melting into the green" – Interview with Sou Fujimoto



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In this movie by film studio Stephenson/Bishop, Japanese architect Sou Fujimoto explains how he tried to combine nature and architecture when designing the 2013 Serpentine Gallery Pavilion.

Built on the lawn outside the Serpentine Gallery, Sou Fujimoto’s cloud-like pavilion comprises a grid of white poles that ascend upwards to form layered terraces with circles of transparent polycarbonate inserted to shelter from rain and reflect sunlight.

“From the beginning I didn’t think ‘I’d like to make a cloud’,” says Fujimoto, explaining how he tried to design a structure that would fit in with its surroundings. “I was impressed by the beautiful surroundings of Kensington Garden, the beautiful green, so I tried to create something that was melting into the green.”

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“I tried to create something melting into the green”- Sou Fujimoto



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