I recently made my way over to Hyde Park in London to take a look at this year’s Serpentine Pavilion. Focused on architecture in a built form, this year the outdoor exhibition commissioned four architects to each design a Summer House. I have to say that all of the houses (which to me also acted as incredible art sculptures) were stunning and each so unique. If you haven’t been yet I highly suggest to take a walk in Hyde Park to visit these structures. One of my favorites though was the wooden house designed by the Berlin based architectural practice Barkow Leibinger (check out the aerial view of their house their home page). I think I was most drawn to its light wood material and form. I especially loved the sleek rounded curves of this design that existed in almost every direction I looked. It was beautiful when sitting inside and looking up (which I am doing in most of these images) as the curves took on a sculptural format. It was also pretty amazing how interactive this space is, throughout the morning I watched little children playing and passerby’s sitting to relax on the benches. I wanted to share my visit this exhibition in Hyde Park and this beautiful Summer House. Read more about it here and all of the houses here.