Branching out

Simon Whittle’s winning project is inspired by a family tree, rotating a simple repeated shape.

For years the AA has been using the Serpentine pavilion as a teaching tool, but this summer a group of its students will build their own structure out of timber and construct it outside the school in Bedford Square. Elaine Knutt looks at the winning scheme and the runners-up

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