British audiences were left underwhelmed by Peter Zumthor’s first completed building in England — the temporary Serpentine pavilion in London’s Kensington Gardens. It wasn’t simply that the black-clad box didn’t match up to previous pavilions. It was that Zumthor’s quiet, almost meditative architecture is almost impossible to recreate in the ...
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