The frontage of the Ocean Terminal shopping centre in Edinburgh has received a radical makeover as part of a major investment to increase footfall by enhancing the visitor experience. The extension has been covered with STEREO-KINETIC cladding; hundreds of freely-moving stainless steel sheets suspended from grating panels. Gusts of wind, traffic, even people walking by cause the metal rectangles to ripple in an ever-changing display. The kinetic artwork has been designed in such a way as to allow the passage of natural daylight through the underlying window openings on the second floor level.
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Edinburgh Sculpture Workshop: Terra-34 grating panels as a wall cladding screen. The ESW provides studios, work space and professional development opportunities to sculptors.
North Kent Police HQ: Italia-100. Steel louvred fencing and generator compound.
The Crystal London: Barrot Barrot grating for the mezzanine exhibition space. Each panel was a unique angular shape to add visual interest to the flooring.
The SSE Hydro: decorative wall cladding for the stage entrance constructed from Stereo-kinetic system.