'Tangram Play Landscape'
A Tangram puzzle was used to generate all the elements of this 'Play Landscape', some figurative, others abstract. The forms fit an awkward triangular space in a small regenerated park off Portobello Road. The brief was for an imaginative landscape to be used by all ages; interesting to look at as well as explore. The vocabulary of shapes applies at all scales and developed my interest in fractal and modular patterns in space. Partially removed in 2012 (after 10 years) probably due to lack of maintenance. The fish survives.
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|Commissioner||Nottinghill Housing Trust The Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea|
|Materials||Oak sleepers, cast concrete, marble pebbles, concrete paving, coloured rubber surfacing, Kee Klamp tubular steel.|