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Studio Mieke Meijer's Piece is Industrial Architecture-Inspired

 - Jan 10, 2019
References: miekemeijer & design-milk
The aesthetic of the recently opened 'Coal Drops Yard' in King's Cross, London was supplemented by a massive light installation design by Studio Mieke Meijer. The hanging art piece was dubbed 'Space Frames' and was on display until January 6th for just under a week. The technique used to build the structure relied on an "innovative super-sized modular system."

The creative agency produced a curious luminous sculpture that was strongly informed by its surroundings. For one, Studio Mieke Meijer drew inspiration from "functional industrial architecture." Secondly, it is important to note how the light installation design perfectly integrates itself into the exhibition space.

Boldly arched with attention-captivating qualities, 'Space Frames' truly contributes to the ambiance of the Coal Drops Yard in a prominent way.