Every year a world class architect is invited to design and build a pavilion by The Sepentine Gallery for Londoners and visitors to enjoy, whether they simply sit and watch the world go by, have a coffee or a snack. This years pavilion is built of cork, a quiet dark cave, under a roof of water. There is a programme of events in the pavilion over the summer. If you live in London or plan to visit this would be a great place to find a few moments of tranquility.
The Google Arts Project allows you to visit the previous pavilions on line. My favourite is the Red Pavilion. Have a look and tell me which one you like best.
Born in Lancashire, Law degree from Sheffield University and MA in Creative Writing from Exeter. A barrister for twenty five years, who appeared in the Crown Courts in and around London.
When I retired we moved to live in Devon, first on Dartmoor, more recently overlooking the Exe Estuary. After twenty years I still feel an exile from London. Married, no children but own an affable Springer Spaniel. I love reading, walking and travel. I completed an MA in Creative Writing at Exeter University and have written three books, Crucial Evidence, Reluctant Consent and Legal Privilege, all set in London.
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