“Unzipped Wall”, the Pavilion
The Hyde Park Architecture Collection captures the work of Bjarke Ingels, who was responsible for the design of the Pavilion as part of Serpentine Summer 2016. He titled his piece, “The Unzipping Wall” which was constructed from 1,802 fiberglass frames, paying homage to the structural importance of the brick. As Bjarke Ingels pointed out himself, “it creates a slew of possibilities both outside and inside”. This complex and geometric atmosphere captured the attention of thousands who entered
the Pavilion that summer and these landscape prints beautifully mark that moment in
All of the prints in this series come framed, available in 3 sizes and 5 frame colors
- Solid wood frame
- Covered with acrylic
- Felt bumpers
Ready to Hang
Finished with a wire hanger. Frames made from wood mouldings also feature a black paper backing. Framed Prints 11x14 include a sawtooth hanger
Printed on Kodak ENDURA Premier Paper which is archival and acid.
Satin (210 gsm) - Offering sharp details and brilliant colors, this paper type features a low glare satin finish and it's rather similar to the lustre paper.
printed with archival, pigment based inks
Scratch-resistant. Wipe clean with a damp cloth.
Smaller Sizes- Clear poly bag, bubble wrapped, thin corrugated cardboard to protect corners and boxed.
Larger Sizes- Clear poly bag, bubble wrapped, styrofoam protected corners and boxed.