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There is nothing superficial about SelgasCano’s use of colour – the Spanish duo’s pop-art playfulness has been integral to projects from east London to northern Kenya. Their plans for this year’s Serpentine pavilion, on the other hand, remain a grey area ...
The Spanish architecture practice, interviewed in the current issue of Icon, has unveiled images of the 15th annual pavilion for a "very strange space" in Hyde Park
Practice had to redesign structure "almost from scratch" less than six months before opening date due to demands of brief, architect José Selgas tells Icon
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Christopher Turner examines the work of the Madrid-based architecture firm, following its commissioned to design the 15th temporary structure in Hyde Park and the completion of its first UK project
In south-east Spain, on Cartagena’s harbourfront, Madrid-based practice SelgasCano has created a vibrant auditorium and congress centre that makes ingenious use of low-cost materials and glows at night like a radioactive Chinese lantern.