Rock strata and mineral deposits could be uncovered as well as ancient underground rivers such as the River Westbourne, an original river that ran into the Serpentine hundreds of years ago.
Plant and tree life could be explored through the earth, revealing complex root structures and other botanical wonders. There is also an extensive system of tunnels created by animal life that live beneath the London’s parks, such as rabbits, foxes, badgers, moles and various insects.
Due to the historical significance of the park there are a multitude of hidden remnants to be unearthed such as secret tunnels and the original site of the Crystal Palace which could be rediscovered.
Modern infrastructure that runs under our feet could be exposed, underground trains, sewerage tunnels, cabling, and also disused infrastructure. Even the foundations of prior Serpentine Pavilions could be presented, such as those explored by Herzog De Meuron / Aei Wei Wei in their 2012 Pavilion.