Sou Fujimoto // Serpentine Pavilion



Brief: The main task of this exercise is to create a dynamic animation of a selected pavilion, in this case, the 2013 Serpentine Pavilion by Sou Fujimoto. The purpose of the animation is to visualize the form finding process through a series
of sequences underlining its design logic and performance. At the same time this
animation should have camera control movement.

image:Davis A. DEZEEN, Sept. 23 2013 


Sou Fujimoto’s pavilion design for the Serpentine Gallery was on display in 2013 in London. The architect was focused on designing a cloud like structure that highlighted transparency in order to allow the users to stay connect to the weather and the surroundings throughout the pavilion. The grid of white poles built to have ascending terraces made of polycarbonate transparent tiles also serve to shelter users inside the pavilion






Animated Systems – Sou Fujimoto Serpentine Pavilion is a project of IaaC, Institute for Advanced Architecture of Catalonia developed at the Master in Advanced Architecture in 2019 by:
Student: Zackary Bryson
Faculty: Rodrigo Aguirre, Mohamad Elatab
Assistant: Ivan Marchuk, Oana Taut