Cathedral installation by Luke Morgan

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Artist and designer Luke Morgan has created an installation for the offices of property developers Cathedral, located in a converted church in London.

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Hanging in the entrance lobby of the office designed by architects Alford Hall Monaghan Morris and measuring six by four feet, the installation is made of welded, plasma-cut, mild steel.

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Cathedral share the building with Old Operating Theatre Museum; the skull-shaped design is made up of shapes that represent surgical equipment and ecclesiastical symbols.

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  • jh

    i agree, the london property market is dead.

  • tommi

    love to have 1 in my house.. great installation, some light & shadow would be interesting as well.. fresh!

  • http://seanrwatson.blogspot.com Sean

    I love that. Throughout the piece there are lots of iconographic forms and symbols reading into the theme. Quite cool considering the location and juxtaposed with other works.

  • Dean

    Nice Work! It’s a really cool play on 2D/3D representation.

  • jack the ripper

    well done Luke … 100% approved !

  • Brian

    Congratulations to Cathedral and their architects for boldly bringing us more of Luke Morgan’s now-and-forever work. Can the public come see?