Tuesday, 19 April 2016


Like a sail attached to the old building of Serpentine Gallery in Hyde Park, London. A spectacular architectural building by the late Zaha Hadid who so tragically died from a heart attack earlier this year. She was a pioneer, not only for being a women in the very men dominated world of architects,  but for her creative and feminine approach to architecture. The "Magazine" cafe and restaurant lies in the park like a peace of art.

Inside, a wide and airy space with lots of light.

 A lot of work has been put into the details. Design management and branding on a high level. From the Alvar Aalto vases to the softly edged chairs and geometric tables. Even the coffee cups have a soft and rounded irregular shape.

 A lovely spot where to have a coffee or light meal in the spring sun.

By the Serpentine and not far away from the cafe and gallery you can find this arched sculpture by the famous English artist Henry Moore. It is self worth av visit to Hyde Park! All photos by Ann-Katrin Berggren

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