A couple of weeks ago I decided to pop by the Serpentine Gallery to explore their summer Pavilion exhibition, where four architects have created structures to reference Queen Caroline's Temple in Kensington Gardens. I was particularly drawn to the structure above, designed by London based architect Asif Khan, as I love its minimalistic structure and simplicity.

It also happened to make a perfect photo opportunity both blog wise and with my new 35mm. As I was eager to get some shots of the structure on film, to see how the impact transitioned on 35mm.  So watch this space as I'm waiting for the perfect opportunity to get my film rolls developed...I currently have four on the go.
The exhibition is on show till 9th October and if you fancy one of them, then you can buy it. Yep really!? These pavilions are for sale and can happily take pride of place in your garden!

Dress - F&F (similar) | Shirt - New Look | Shoes - Palladium (link)* | Choker Necklace - New Look 
Photos by @ima.mermaid 

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