While walking through Kensington Gardens, I found this building from Zaha Hadid which was a really a great surprise. This building is in the middle of beautiful nature, with an appearance intentionally different from the calm and precise form of the adjoining historical construction, so as to create a fascinating and dynamic ensemble of an early 19th century architecture and a contemporary 21st century one.
The extension of the old Serpentine Gallery is made of a curvilinear skeleton constituted of round steel, as we know about Zaha Hadid and her innovation in architecture and technology.
Unfortunately it was closed so i couldn't see inside, thats why i have a frozen face from the cold January of London. So I wore over the knee boots and oversize wool to survive this chilly weather