Here are some more photographs of Peter Zumthor's recently-opened Serpentine Gallery Pavilion in London, taken by UK photographers Hufton + Crow. Update: this project is included in Dezeen Book of Ideas, which is on sale now for £12.
The black-painted pavilion surrounds a planted garden by Piet Oudolf.
Visitors enter through a dark corridor between the outer walls.
Long benches line the inner courtyard and cafe-style furniture provides additional seating, although there isn't a cafe.
Facing the central strip of planting, this seating is sheltered by an overhanging canopy.
The pavilion has a timber structure covered in gauze and is coated in black adhesive.
It opened on Friday in Kensington Gardens, Hyde Park.
The structure remains open to the public until 16 October.
More information and images by Walter Herfst can be seen in our earlier story.
Watch Zumthor talking about the pavilion and his work in our interview on Dezeen Screen.
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