Pavilion in Bedford Square

We were up in town yesterday evening and happened to pass Bedford Square where there’s an intriguing piece of art/architecture.

Pavilion in Bedford Square

Pavilion in Bedford Square

It’s the winner of a competition which was judged on “constructability within a tight schedule and budget, simplicity and elegant form, effective use of material, pavilion as a continuous extension of furniture to roof structure.”

I thought it looked lovely and if you’re in the area well worth a short visit.

More – and better – photos of the pavilion here.

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About Andrew Brown

I live in Lewisham, South East London, and spent 9 years as a Labour councillor in the borough between 1997 and 2006.
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4 Responses to Pavilion in Bedford Square

  1. Reidski says:

    Passed that last week while out on a very lovely walk around Bloomsbury with JJ. We too thought it lovely, but not that lovely that we didn’t walk on and have a great meal at Tas just down the road on the corner of Great Russel Street.

  2. Andrew Brown says:

    You’re right it’s not a stay all day thing, just a momentary distraction.

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