“why should the face of a building always be on the outside? Why, for that matter, can the face not be replaced altogether by a moving picture gallery?… can [we] replace the manipulative, one-dimensional image with something far more advanced and intangible: the ‘after image’, the one you take home with you, an inexhaustible, ever-renewing composite of perceptions, memories and thoughts.”   — Ben van Berkel & Caroline Bos, 'After Image', Design Models, 2006   Responding to the sol...

“why should the face of a building always be on the outside? Why, for that matter, can the face not be replaced altogether by a moving picture gallery?… can [we] replace the manipulative, one-dimensional image with something far more advanced and intangible: the ‘after image’, the one you take home with you, an inexhaustible, ever-renewing composite of perceptions, memories and thoughts.” — Ben van Berkel & Caroline Bos, 'After Image', Design Models, 2006 Responding to the sol...

“why should the face of a building always be on the outside? Why, for that matter, can the face not be replaced altogether by a moving picture gallery?… can [we] replace the manipulative, one-dimensional image with something far more advanced and intangible: the ‘after image’, the one you take home with you, an inexhaustible, ever-renewing composite of perceptions, memories and thoughts.”   — Ben van Berkel & Caroline Bos, 'After Image', Design Models, 2006   Responding to the sol...

“why should the face of a building always be on the outside? Why, for that matter, can the face not be replaced altogether by a moving picture gallery?… can [we] replace the manipulative, one-dimensional image with something far more advanced and intangible: the ‘after image’, the one you take home with you, an inexhaustible, ever-renewing composite of perceptions, memories and thoughts.” — Ben van Berkel & Caroline Bos, 'After Image', Design Models, 2006 Responding to the sol...

“why should the face of a building always be on the outside? Why, for that matter, can the face not be replaced altogether by a moving picture gallery?… can [we] replace the manipulative, one-dimensional image with something far more advanced and intangible: the ‘after image’, the one you take home with you, an inexhaustible, ever-renewing composite of perceptions, memories and thoughts.”   — Ben van Berkel & Caroline Bos, 'After Image', Design Models, 2006   Responding to the sol...

“why should the face of a building always be on the outside? Why, for that matter, can the face not be replaced altogether by a moving picture gallery?… can [we] replace the manipulative, one-dimensional image with something far more advanced and intangible: the ‘after image’, the one you take home with you, an inexhaustible, ever-renewing composite of perceptions, memories and thoughts.” — Ben van Berkel & Caroline Bos, 'After Image', Design Models, 2006 Responding to the sol...

“why should the face of a building always be on the outside? Why, for that matter, can the face not be replaced altogether by a moving picture gallery?… can [we] replace the manipulative, one-dimensional image with something far more advanced and intangible: the ‘after image’, the one you take home with you, an inexhaustible, ever-renewing composite of perceptions, memories and thoughts.”   — Ben van Berkel & Caroline Bos, 'After Image', Design Models, 2006   Responding to the sol...

“why should the face of a building always be on the outside? Why, for that matter, can the face not be replaced altogether by a moving picture gallery?… can [we] replace the manipulative, one-dimensional image with something far more advanced and intangible: the ‘after image’, the one you take home with you, an inexhaustible, ever-renewing composite of perceptions, memories and thoughts.” — Ben van Berkel & Caroline Bos, 'After Image', Design Models, 2006 Responding to the sol...

“why should the face of a building always be on the outside? Why, for that matter, can the face not be replaced altogether by a moving picture gallery?… can [we] replace the manipulative, one-dimensional image with something far more advanced and intangible: the ‘after image’, the one you take home with you, an inexhaustible, ever-renewing composite of perceptions, memories and thoughts.”   — Ben van Berkel & Caroline Bos, 'After Image', Design Models, 2006   Responding to the sol...

“why should the face of a building always be on the outside? Why, for that matter, can the face not be replaced altogether by a moving picture gallery?… can [we] replace the manipulative, one-dimensional image with something far more advanced and intangible: the ‘after image’, the one you take home with you, an inexhaustible, ever-renewing composite of perceptions, memories and thoughts.” — Ben van Berkel & Caroline Bos, 'After Image', Design Models, 2006 Responding to the sol...

“why should the face of a building always be on the outside? Why, for that matter, can the face not be replaced altogether by a moving picture gallery?… can [we] replace the manipulative, one-dimensional image with something far more advanced and intangible: the ‘after image’, the one you take home with you, an inexhaustible, ever-renewing composite of perceptions, memories and thoughts.”   — Ben van Berkel & Caroline Bos, 'After Image', Design Models, 2006   Responding to the sol...

“why should the face of a building always be on the outside? Why, for that matter, can the face not be replaced altogether by a moving picture gallery?… can [we] replace the manipulative, one-dimensional image with something far more advanced and intangible: the ‘after image’, the one you take home with you, an inexhaustible, ever-renewing composite of perceptions, memories and thoughts.” — Ben van Berkel & Caroline Bos, 'After Image', Design Models, 2006 Responding to the sol...

“why should the face of a building always be on the outside? Why, for that matter, can the face not be replaced altogether by a moving picture gallery?… can [we] replace the manipulative, one-dimensional image with something far more advanced and intangible: the ‘after image’, the one you take home with you, an inexhaustible, ever-renewing composite of perceptions, memories and thoughts.”   — Ben van Berkel & Caroline Bos, 'After Image', Design Models, 2006   Responding to the sol...

“why should the face of a building always be on the outside? Why, for that matter, can the face not be replaced altogether by a moving picture gallery?… can [we] replace the manipulative, one-dimensional image with something far more advanced and intangible: the ‘after image’, the one you take home with you, an inexhaustible, ever-renewing composite of perceptions, memories and thoughts.” — Ben van Berkel & Caroline Bos, 'After Image', Design Models, 2006 Responding to the sol...

'After Image' by architects IF_DO is the competition-winning proposal for the first-ever 'Dulwich Pavilion'. To be constructed in the grounds of Sir John Soane's Dulwich Picture Gallery in the summer of 2017, the Pavilion will be the flagship installation of the London Festival of Architecture. Model photograph by Simon Webb.

'After Image' by architects IF_DO is the competition-winning proposal for the first-ever 'Dulwich Pavilion'. To be constructed in the grounds of Sir John Soane's Dulwich Picture Gallery in the summer of 2017, the Pavilion will be the flagship installation of the London Festival of Architecture. Model photograph by Simon Webb.


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The Dulwich Pavilion

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Designed by architects IF_DO, 'After Image' is the the first-ever Dulwich Pavilion. Located in the grounds of Sir John Soane's Dulwich Picture Gallery, the Pavilion was built as a temporary events structure in the summer of 2017, to celebrate the Gallery's bicentenary, and as the flagship installation of the London Festival of Architecture. Photograph by Joakim Borén.

Designed by architects IF_DO, 'After Image' is the the first-ever Dulwich Pavilion. Located in the grounds of Sir John Soane's Dulwich Picture Gallery, the Pavilion was built as a temporary events structure in the summer of 2017, to celebrate the Gallery's bicentenary, and as the flagship installation of the London Festival of Architecture. Photograph by Joakim Borén.

Designed by architects IF_DO, 'After Image' is the the first-ever Dulwich Pavilion. Located in the grounds of Sir John Soane's Dulwich Picture Gallery, the Pavilion was built as a temporary events structure in the summer of 2017, to celebrate the Gallery's bicentenary, and as the flagship installation of the London Festival of Architecture. Photograph by Joakim Borén.

Designed by architects IF_DO, 'After Image' is the the first-ever Dulwich Pavilion. Located in the grounds of Sir John Soane's Dulwich Picture Gallery, the Pavilion was built as a temporary events structure in the summer of 2017, to celebrate the Gallery's bicentenary, and as the flagship installation of the London Festival of Architecture. Photograph by Joakim Borén.

IF_DO Dulwich Pavilion Photographer Joakim Borén,

IF_DO Dulwich Pavilion Photographer Joakim Borén,

IF_DO has designed a mirrored events pavilion in the grounds of John Soane's Dulwich Picture Gallery in south London for the London Festival of Architecture

John Soane's Dulwich Picture Gallery informs IF_DO's summer pavilion for London Festival of Architecture

IF_DO has designed a mirrored events pavilion in the grounds of John Soane's Dulwich Picture Gallery in south London for the London Festival of Architecture

Designed by architects IF_DO, 'After Image' is the the first-ever Dulwich Pavilion. Located in the grounds of Sir John Soane's Dulwich Picture Gallery, the Pavilion was built as a temporary events structure in the summer of 2017, to celebrate the Gallery's bicentenary, and as the flagship installation of the London Festival of Architecture. Photograph by Joakim Borén.

Designed by architects IF_DO, 'After Image' is the the first-ever Dulwich Pavilion. Located in the grounds of Sir John Soane's Dulwich Picture Gallery, the Pavilion was built as a temporary events structure in the summer of 2017, to celebrate the Gallery's bicentenary, and as the flagship installation of the London Festival of Architecture. Photograph by Joakim Borén.

Designed by architects IF_DO, 'After Image' is the the first-ever Dulwich Pavilion. Located in the grounds of Sir John Soane's Dulwich Picture Gallery, the Pavilion was built as a temporary events structure in the summer of 2017, to celebrate the Gallery's bicentenary, and as the flagship installation of the London Festival of Architecture. Photograph by Joakim Borén.

Designed by architects IF_DO, 'After Image' is the the first-ever Dulwich Pavilion. Located in the grounds of Sir John Soane's Dulwich Picture Gallery, the Pavilion was built as a temporary events structure in the summer of 2017, to celebrate the Gallery's bicentenary, and as the flagship installation of the London Festival of Architecture. Photograph by Joakim Borén.

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