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This project originated in a brief: grouping. Research into repetitive elements caused me to consider bird movements and bird flocks, as repetition of a singular element into a structure, by `grouping`. It is a space dividing system for public spaces or living interiors. Its specificity is its dynamic, versatile and semi-transparent effect, allowing for a more open dividing system, ease in use and a colourful spatial splash improving the quality of space. The structure creates dynamic views allowing the observer to explore different `views` the structure offers. It can grow in any direction and adapt itself to any space, size or shape.
London, United Kingdom