0013 Salina Park, Larnaca, 2020        0012 Play, Walk, March: An Imaginary Tapestry for London, London, 2020        0011 To The Singing Whale, Falkland Islands, 2020        0010 Hou Gou Fondue, Vevey, 2019        0009 Fragments of Waltham Forest, London, 2019        0008 LFA Roly Poly, London, 2019        0007 Wanderoll, Bang Lamung, 2019        0006 Pixelboom, London, 2019       0005 Floating Cinema, London, 2019        0004 Crossroads, Milton Keynes, 2019        0003 Bench It, London, 2019        0002 Anteberg, London, 2019.      0001 Free Play, London, 2018
A large-scale tile mural composed of 184 cork panels, designed as part of a cladding system to front Wood Street Station's pedestrian area. The objective was to present a robotic panelling design able to increase efficiency of production and reduce costs by 60-80% through customised machine operations.

Inspired by the manner in which forest formations emerge, nurtured by the elements, the abutment walls under the bridge transform into a ‘landscape’ on which natural parameters such as light, shadow, humidity and wind shape a special ecology for the site, celebrating the bio-diversity of Epping Forest, close to Wood Street Station.

Fragments of Waltham Forest, London, 2019           
Programme: Wood Street Station pedestrian area
Collaborators:  millimetre














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