Serpentine Galley Pavilion 2016 by Bjarke Ingels

Follow Dezeen live on Facebook and Snapchat from BIG's Serpentine Gallery Pavilion 2016

Dezeen will be reporting live from the unveiling of Bjarke Ingels' Serpentine Gallery Pavilion on Tuesday morning. Follow us on Facebook and Snapchat for exclusive video footage and images.

Serpentine Galley Pavilion 2016 by Bjarke Ingels
Computer visualisation of the 2016 Serpentine Galley Pavilion by Bjarke Ingels

Dezeen will be at the press preview of this year's Serpentine Gallery Pavilion, which opens to the public later this week.

We'll be using Facebook and Snapchat to post exclusive footage and images of the structure, including our first foray into live video streaming on Facebook.

Serpentine Pavilion 2016 by Bjarke Ingels
Computer visualisation of the 2016 Serpentine Galley Pavilion by Bjarke Ingels

Constructed from a series of fibreglass boxes stacked on top of each other, Ingels' pavilion is conceived as a wall of bricks that has been "unzipped" to create a three-dimensional space.

To avoid missing any of our coverage from the opening, make sure you are following us on Facebook and Snapchat and tune in from 9am BST on Tuesday 7 June.

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Serpentine Pavilion 2016 by Bjarke Ingels
Computer visualisation of the 2016 Serpentine Galley Pavilion by Bjarke Ingels

Last year's Serpentine Gallery Pavilion was a colourful chrysalis of translucent plastic created by Spanish duo SelgasCano. Previous designers have included Peter Zumthor, Jean Nouvel, SANAAHerzog & de Meuron and Sou Fujimoto.

Dezeen has been looking back at each of the Serpentine Gallery's pavilions from 2000 to 2015 in a series of interviews with gallery director Julia Peyton-Jones.