Gaysha was delighted to be involved in the renovation and extension of the Serpentine Sackler Gallery. The Serpentine Sackler Gallery gives new life to The Magazine, a former 1805 gunpowder store. With 900 square metres of new gallery, restaurant and social space, the building has been restored to an excellent standard, in partnership with The Royal Parks, renovating and extending it to designs by Zaha Hadid. A light and transparent extension complements rather than competes with the neo-classical architecture of the original building. The landscape around the new building was designed and planted by the world-renowned landscape artist Arabella Lennox-Boyd.
Clearmac® resin bound paving was an excellent choice for the surrounds of the new gallery, blending the modern curves of the Zaha Hadid designed extension with the neo-classical architecture of the existing Grade II listed building, The Magazine. This 730m2 project was completed in 2013.