Dulwich Picture Gallery's 2019 pavilion will celebrate multicultural London

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  • Tom Short
Architecture practice Pricegore and artist Yinka Ilori's competition-winning design for next year's Dulwich Picture Gallery pavilion fuses African and European design.
Called The Colour Palace, the pavilion's colourful exterior draws on the patterned textiles of Dutch prints found in the markets of Lagos and mirrored in Peckham's 'Little Lagos'.
Founded by Dingle Price and Alex Gore, Pricegore architecture studio is based in Peckham, and London artist Ilori has Nigerian heritage. As a team, they drew upon their intersecting backgrounds to create a pavilion that aims to reflect London's multiculturalism.
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