9 September 202118:00 - 19:15 BST
Availability ONLINE ONLY
Bringing together abstract forms from migrant and peripheral community spaces around London, the 2020+1 Serpentine Pavilion creates a new gathering space in Kensington Gardens from a range of reused and repurposed materials.
Working closely with South African architects Counterspace and contractors Stage One, AECOM has successfully provided a full range of engineering and technical advisory services to the project for the 9th year running.
The presentation will cover a summary of the rapid design, build and fabricate period, with a focus on the Pavilion’s innovative material selection, experimentation, sustainability challenges and bespoke detailing that have been at the heart of its delivery.
Madalina Taylor, Senior Engineer, AECOM
Madalina Taylor is a senior engineer who works as part of the Leisure and Culture structures team at AECOM.
Since joining in 2014 she has worked on several Serpentine Pavilions along with a number of long-span sports and aviation projects across the globe, most recently Hong Kong International Airport Terminal 2 and Al Janoub Stadium, Qatar.
Online via Zoom, joining instructions will be included on the Eventbrite ticket.
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