Step inside Yinka Ilori and Pricegore’s colourful summer pavilion for London

Step inside Yinka Ilori and Pricegore’s colourful summer pavilion for London

Enter the ‘Colour Palace’ designed by architects Pricegore and artist Yinka Ilori. This year’s Dulwich Pavilion, commissioned for London Festival of Architecture, is inspired by the colours of the Balogun Market in Lagos. The cerise pink, canary yellow, Granny Smith-green and sky blue scheme responds with confidence to the demure, Sir John Soane-designed gallery building. The design’s colourfully patterned timber louvres work together in tandem to reflect the joy of multicultural London. Find out more about the pavilion and its construction here. Photography: Adam Scott

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