Zaha Hadid's 2007 'Lilas' Pavilion Is Set to Be Auctioned off for Over $600,000 USD
Initially created for the 30th anniversary of the Serpentine Gallery.
The late Zaha Hadid initially created her 2007 Lilas sculpture as an homage to the 30th anniversary of the Serpentine Gallery in London, England. The sweeping pavilion which resembles flower petals and leaves will be the focal point for this year’s Beyond Limits exhibition—an annual selling event hosted by Sotheby’s that is known for showcasing modern and contemporary outdoor structures. Several reports are claiming that the sculpture is going to be auctioned off for over $600,000 USD.
Interested folks can see the highly-acclaimed architect’s 18-foot artwork for themselves at the Chatsworth House in Derbyshire starting September 10 up until October 30.