Tuesday, 7 July 2015

A dusk of colours!/Serpentine/Kensington Gardens

Dear Diary,

Let`s talk about colours!
What`s your favourite colour?
Black, white and grey are the classic ones. But, life needs a hint of a vivid smash! 
For me, my mood is a colour. It can be pink, yellow, green, blue, etc and based on it I choose the colour I`m gonna put on.

This summer, two Spanish architects spread their colourful creativity over Serpentine Gallery`s area leaving us in awe!  

José Selgas and Lucía Cano, for the 15th Serpentine Pavilion in London, have introduced a "chrysalis-like" structure made from colourful see-through plastic.
Occupying a space in front of the Serpentine Gallery in London's Kensington Gardens, the temporary pavilion is envisioned as a series of connected spaces of different shapes and sizes, made from a double-layer shell of opaque and transparent fluorine-plastic fabric (ETFE) in an array of colours.
The plastic will filter the daylight like a stained-glass window, casting coloured light into the interior spaces, which include a central gathering area and cafe. 
"We sought a way to allow the public to experience architecture through simple elements: structure, light, transparency, shadows, lightness, form, sensitivity, change, surprise, colour and materials," said the Madrid-based architects.
"The spatial qualities of the pavilion only unfold when accessing the structure and being immersed within it. Each entrance allows for a specific journey through the space, characterised by colour, light and irregular shapes with surprising volumes."

Keep clam and colour your life with the colours YOU want!
Till next post!
Kiss kiss,
Litsiana K.

On me:
Denim Jacket, Levi`s
Shirt, Primark
Top, Primark
Shorts, H&M
Sandals, Primark
Shades, Playboy
Bag, Victoria`s Secret

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