Designs for this year's Serpentine Pavilion Gallery have been unveiled.
The creation by Bjarke Ingels' firm BIG is a tall, pointed wall of interlocking fibreglass bricks. These 'unzip' to reveal a hollow.
By day, it will host a cafe and free family activities. By night it'll become a space for the Serpentine’s Park Nights programme, where various artists, writers and musicians will showcase their work.
The pavilion will be free to explore in Hyde Park from 10 June-9 October.
In addition to the pavilion, four summer houses, inspired by Queen Caroline’s Temple in Kensington Gardens, will also be put up in Hyde Park:
Last Updated 19 September 2016