This year's Serpentine Pavilion will be built from a range of environmentally-friendly materials, including recycled construction and demolition waste.
The temporary architectural installation in Kensington Gardens will be designed and created by Johannesburg-based Counterspace, directed by Sumayya Vally, Sarah de Villiers and Amina Kaskar.
In its construction, they plan to use a variety of sustainable materials, including cork, which can be harvested without cutting down trees, and K-Briqs, which generate just a tenth of the carbon dioxide emissions of traditional fired bricks.
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