A stunning “biophilic” café pavilion is stealing attention in the atrium of a newly revamped office building in London’s Broadgate. The piece boasts a striking aesthetic that mixes ultra-vibrant hues, with patterns that elicit soft visual illusions. In addition, the installation – which is named ‘Atoll,’ is further accented with plants that adorn its roof.
The design-forward café pavilion is the work of local professional Morag Myerscough. When embarking on the object, he embraced “the principles of biophilia and the health benefits associated with spending time in nature.” The idea behind the installation is to assist workers and visitors of the building – which is both commercial and contains offices, by bringing a more wellbeing-forward interior.
Image Credit: Gareth Gardner
This Café Pavilion by Morag Myerscough Has Illusionary Properties
Kalina Ned — January 2, 2020 — Art & Design
References: studiomyerscough & dezeen