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A 10 metre wave of seaweed on the side of a new seafront development in Hove. Commissioned before the building was finished, my proposal hinged around this ‘concept’: 1500 seaweed shapes were laser cut from 3mm and 5mm steel plate, … Continue reading

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The Pear-ly gates

Back in the day, the Marquis of Bristol, who lived in Brighton’s Sussex Square, had a penchant for pears. He experimented and hybridised them in his market gardens on Manor Road (behind the square), his work being acknowledged and supported … Continue reading

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