The ‘Conduct’ sculpture was designed and made by Matthew Lane Sanderson from galvanized steel. It was commissioned to represent youth, music and community.
These themes are bound in the design, known as the Fibonacci sequence. The sculptures height, width, swell, curvatures, number of pipes and abstracted singers all make reference to the order.
Image: Joseph Ash Galvanizing
C.F. Møller Architects Greenwich Low Carbon Energy Centre, London
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Darmstadt University Campus
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Elsterbrücke Bridge, Halle-Osendorf
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Global Rail Construction Crossrail West Gantries, London
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