The gravity-defying 27ft public artwork is the world's largest inflated metal structure. Tilted on a 66 degree angle, with 330 blown stainless steel sections that are illuminated by colour changing fibre optic lighting.
Gateway structure commissioned by Arts Council England for NETpark Durham's science research facility. Constructed entirely from inflated metal panels which function as the load bearing structural elements of the design. The original concept saw the fusion of various themes, including wormholes, grid networks and the representation of movement through time and space (H5.5m mirrored green and blue stainless steel).
Geodesic sphere, 3.4m in diameter and constructed from 175 blown metal triangular units and illuminated with programmable LED lighting (in mirror finish stainless steel)
Sculptural seating for MetroCentre shopping centre in mirror finish stainless steel (dimensions: 60 cm - 100 cm)