The Colour Palace by Yinka Ilori and Pricegore in 360-degree video

Explore The Colour Palace by Yinka Ilori and Pricegore in 360-degree video

Take a look inside The Colour Palace, a brightly patterned pavilion by designer Yinka Ilori and architecture studio Pricegore, in this 360-degree video filmed by Dezeen.

Ilori teamed up with Pricegore to install the temporary building on the lawn of Dulwich Picture Gallery in south London, as part of the London Festival of Architecture.

A cafe and ticket office occupy the ground floor of the timber structure, while two pink staircases offer access to a first-floor walkway.

The pavilion is open to the public until 22 September 2019, and will host a variety of events throughout the London Festival of Architecture, such as live podcast recordings, talks and performances.

Other notable creations for the annual architecture fair include the playful street furniture scattered throughout London's Cheapside financial district and the placement of forty gold angels above the heads of commuters near St Paul's Cathedral.

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