Overhead view of Junya Ishigami’s summer pavilion (right) at London’s Serpentine Gallery. Photo: Iwan Baan

Japanese architect Junya Ishigami on his London Serpentine pavilion and China, a ‘good place to be working’

  • Ishigami’s summer pavilion at Britain’s Serpentine Gallery is a cloud of nebulous grey slate that appears to float – typical of his dreamlike structures
  • The 45-year-old is excited about his projects in China, including a water-themed cultural centre, a chapel rising out of a valley, and an open-air school
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Overhead view of Junya Ishigami’s summer pavilion (right) at London’s Serpentine Gallery. Photo: Iwan Baan
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