The Strand Installation by Stuart Haygarth Displays Ingenious Recycling

By: Alexandra Serrano - Published: Nov 26, 2012 • References: stuarthaygarth & dezeen
The Strand installation by Stuart Haygarth showcases an inventive approach to decor.

This fixture hangs proudly on the atrium of Macmillan cancer center in London, commanding attention in the new institutional construction. Commissioned by the University College London Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust, Haygarth showcases his unabashed creativity by making a colorful installation piece made from found objects found along British beaches.

Haygarth took to the stretch between Gravesend in Kent and Land’s End in Cornwall, to gather up the pieces for his showstopping creation. The piece consists of lighters, toys, shovels and sandals all categorized by color to make give the piece a stunning coherence. The Strand installation by Stuart Haygarth is captivating with its meticulous arrangement and spectrum of commercial colors. Haygarth's display of resourceful art models an inspired approach to recycling. Stats for Washed-Up Waste Fixtures Trending: Older & Average
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