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Bicameral




Last week we attended the unveiling of the 'Bicameral' project with the British sculptor Conrad Shawcross and Chelsea Barracks.


It marks the first artwork to be installed as part of a public art commission created for London’s newest neighbourhood, Chelsea Barracks. This is an exquisite example of what can be achieved with waterjet technologies and creative minds.The structure is made up of 693 component parts and is 8 meters tall. It is held together using Japanese wood joinery techniques.


It was a privilege to be involved in the creation of this iconic piece of art, well done to all those involved.


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