The Temple of Agape was Completed for the Festival of Love

By: Jamie Danielle Munro - Published: Jul 23, 2014 • References: studiomyerscough & designboom
To really celebrate the Festival of Love, the organizers were looking for an installation that embodies this type of emotion. Luke Morgan and Morag Myerscough were the two most suited for the job, and the team came up with a design that's anything but plain.

The installation has an extremely colorful facade, with various words exuding the emotion of love on the front. Various patterns were also used, giving the entire structure quite a psychedelic aesthetic of something you would most likely find from the 60s or 70s. According to DesignBoom, the festival will take place over "a series of weekends [that] will explore the seven ancient greek themes of love through an array of workshops, performances and installations."

If this installation is any indication, the overall atmosphere will be vibrant and memorable.

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