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Dulwich Pavilion returns for 2019 with The Colour Palace


This summer, the Dulwich Pavilion returns with The Colour Palace, created by architects Pricegore and designer Yinka Ilori.

Pricegore is an architecture practice led by Dingle Price and Alex Gore, and based in both London and Bath. Yinka Lori, meanwhile, is a London based designer who specialise in up-cycling vintage furniture, inspired by the traditional Nigerian parables and African fabrics that surrounded him as a child.

The pair won a design competition co-hosted by the London Festival of Architecture and the Dulwich Picture Gallery. A vibrant celebration of colour, pattern and multicultural London, the pavilion is a fusion of West African and European influences, inspired by the buzz of fabric markets in Lagos and incorporating symmetry, curves and right angles.

The opening of The Colour Palace also marks the start of an exciting programme of events and activities at the Dulwich Picture Gallery. Check out what’s on by visiting their website.

All photography by Edward Bishop.

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