London studio Hall McKnight designed the Yellow Pavilion at Kings Cross in London, as part of the 2015 London Festival of Architecture. The project was part of the New Horizon initiative supported by ID15 (the year of Irish Design 2015).

The Yellow Pavilion is a small, rectangular structure. It is a church-like facade of arched windows, with entrances that that extend from the ground to the roof. The interior houses a library of bricks – all sourced from one street in Belfast. Custom lighting allows the the display to be viewed comfortably by night, giving the the impression of a glowing core. The architects say: "The pavilion is a vehicle to carry a collection of bricks that speaks of the city as a work in progress," 

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