Here are some pictures of the completed Burnham Pavilion by Dutch architects UNStudio in Millennium Park, Chicago.
The temporary pavilion opened last month alongside a second by architect Zaha Hadid, and will remain in place until 31 October.
Both structures have been created to celebrate the centenary of 1909 Plan of Chicago, also known as the Burnham Plan, which set out ways to improve the city.
See our previous story for more information and take a look at Hadid's design in our story here. Photographs are copyright Christian Richters/VIEW.
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