Photography: Gareth Gardner

New London Fabulous designer Morag Myerscough has built a bamboo pop-up pavilion decked in colourful flags and posters in London’s Grosvenor Square.

See Through Pavilion straddles a path through the leafy public park and is a cheerful intervention for the pandemic age. Its chevron block seats allow people to stop and catch their breath in nature while the bamboo grid and triangular roof frame views of the sky and trees.

Says Mysercough:’Outside spaces are safer places to be, and so we need to occupy them and bring unexpected joy back to the everyday. The structure is a response to these new times.’

The four-metre-high pavilion is among 11 built by artists for the outdoor London art trail, Wander Art, curated by Alter-Projects and hosted by Grosvenor Britain and Ireland.

Morag Myerscough's 'See Through Pavilion' encourages passersby to stop and enjoy the park
Photography: Gareth Gardner
Morag Myerscough's 'See Through Pavilion'
Photography: Gareth Gardner

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