New architecture studio installation: Off Grid

Architecture and Interiors 17 November 2015

A new art installation has opened the architecture studios on Marylebone Campus, open to students and staff.

The installation, produced by Dr Victoria Watson, Samir Pandya and a group of architecture students, comprises line colour and thread as a means of achieving a psycho-dynamic suspension of matter, form and space.

The installation can be seen in the newly opened studios on floors 4 and 5 of the Marylebone Building at Marylebone Campus.

Watch the installation in progress.

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