serpentine pavilion on saturday afternoon in 1963
as a grown-up, we see peter zumthor's pavilion as a meditation space, a place for us to better understanding ourselves and our surrounding. small concrete paths leads us through a dark and narrow corridor, filtering us from the fast moving metropolitan life. once within, the pavilion serve as a backdrop for observing the garden in the middle, or watching the ever changing london sky to perform.
as a kid, they see the pavilion as nothing more than another place, it is another opportunity to run around and experience with a new environment. they learn through watching and interacting. everything is new, everything is interesting, the flower, the sky, the sound and the smell.
at some point in life, we forget we were once a curious kid, we became a grown-up and learn only through the adult's way. this video introduce a kids perspective of how he see the pavilion, and how he was constrained and constantly escaping from it. the song "on saturday afternoon in 1963" suggest all of us to preserve a little bit of our younger selves somewhere deep in our heart and never forget how we were once a kid.