This “extraordinary structure” inspired by the London Underground is opening soon in Kensington Gardens and you'll be able to explore its multi-coloured interior.

The giant tent has been unveiled as the 15th annual summer pavilion at the Serpentine Gallery.

Consisting of panels of translucent, multi-coloured polymer "wrapped like webbing", the double-skinned, temporary tunnelled structure features a "secret corridor" and stained glass-effect interior.

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Spanish architects selgascano, consisting of Jose Selgas and Lucia Cano, said they were inspired by the ways in which people move through London.

The space will feature a cafe open throughout the summer.

Julia Peyton-Jones, director of Serpentine galleries, said: "It's an extraordinary structure, and so different to every pavilion that has come before."

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She added: "When we began the commission in 2000 there was a growing interest in architecture in the UK and London especially.

"There's always a huge sense of anticipation about who the next pavilion architect will be and the commission has become a hugely anticipated landmark in London each summer.

“Now it's a ritual that heralds the start of summer."

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The pavilion is open from June 25 to October 18 at the Serpentine Gallery.

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