On a grassy slope in Bedford, New York, American practice OLI Architecture has installed a cabin-inspired singular pavillon to provide a permanent home for Richard Serra’s sculpture ‘London Cross’. A serene sanctuary where time and space merge, ‘LX Pavilion’ elevates the physical experience of the artwork through soft indirect lighting and a steel-resembling facade.

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