Dulwich Pavilion 2019 winner announced!
From left: Alex Gore, Yinka Ilori and Dingle Price
Young architects Pricegore, teaming up with artist Yinka Ilori, have won the Pavilion 2019 competition for their design 'Colour Palace'. It will be brought to life in summer 2019.
Their design, which features a Nigerian-inspired artwork by Peckham based Yinka Ilori, was chosen from a shortlist of six by a panel of esteemed judges including Mary Duggan (founder, Mary Duggan Architects), Oliver Wainwright (Guardian architecture critic) and Tom Dyckhoff (writer and broadcaster), along with a combined public vote.
The Pavilion 2019, known as the ‘Colour Palace’, will house new ticketing facilities, a pop-up catering offer and a range of events over the summer. The project is co-hosted by the London Festival of Architecture which runs throughout June celebrating the best of the built landscape that London has to offer.
Dingle Price of Pricegore Architects said:
“We are thrilled to win the competition. Despite its temporary nature, it is a fantastic opportunity for us to design a prominent and celebratory civic building that will enrich the cultural offer of the Dulwich Picture Gallery and complement Soane’s masterpiece.”
Public vote winners
Congratulations also to PUP architects who attracted the highest number of public votes for their mausoleum inspired, light-filled design. The models display, Dulwich Pavilion: The Shortlist, and associated voting attracted over 2000 votes from visitors on-site with all designs sparking great interest and discussion.
See the winning designs!
Visitors can continue to see all of the designs including Pricegore’s and PUP’s in the Gallery’s cloister until 22 July.
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