This Stunning Palace Of Colour Could Be Coming To Dulwich

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This Stunning Palace Of Colour Could Be Coming To Dulwich

Our eyes! Entranced by a brilliant wave of colour.

This bastion of brightness could be coming to Dulwich Picture Gallery this summer. Aptly named The Colour Palace, it hopes to be a space for Londoners to relax, create and be inspired.

The design was voted for by the public and comes from a collaboration between Yinka Ilori and Pricegore Architects, winning a competition to see what this year's Dulwich Pavilion would look like. The Colour Palace will be free and open to all throughout the summer, playing host to community activities and a varied events programme.

But before the Colour Palace can be realised, enough cash needs to be raised to build it. £20,000 is required for the go-ahead, and Dulwich Picture Gallery is asking the public for crowdfunding. Plenty of rewards are on offer for donors. These range from a Colour Palace-inspired notebook, to limited edition prints and private views.

Want to see this radiant creation come to life? Donate here.

Last Updated 14 March 2019