17-Ton Steel Sculpture Finds a New Home in London
2 monthes ago - By Arch Daily
Quadrilinear. Image © Lee Simmons
Artist Lee Simmons has unveiled a 17-ton, 50-foot sculpture in London 's Marylebone neighborhood. Titled Quadrilinear , the project is made of five layers of laser-cut steel standing four stories tall. The project is slotted through Schoen Clinic by ESA Architects , and was completed over a four-year period with Format Engineers. The stainless-steel column is based on deconstructed maps of historic Marylebone to engage the context, rhythm and fabric of the facade.
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