If you’re flying from Terminal 5 at Heathrow you can see Moving World (Night & Day) our two-part sculpture at either end of Interchange Plaza, the open space when you arrive in front of the main building. This sculpture forms part of The Architecture Club 2017 Autumn Forum debate / exhibition “How Do Architects And Artists Best Interact During The Design Process On Building Projects?" The illuminated three letter #codes are the #abbreviations used by #aviation authorities to identify destinations worldwide. Rio, Manchester, Cairo ,Buenos Aires, SaoPaolo, Damascus, LasVegas, Nagoya, Singapore, Paris (Charles de Gaulle), Athens, Mexico City, Sydney, NewYork, Rome, Los Angeles, Amsterdam, London (Heathrow), Hamburg, Shanghai, Madrid, Bangkok, Hong Kong, Algiers.
Digitally controlled #neon with #artists #data #programme #glass #steel #granite Architects for T5, Rogers Stirk Harbour; Structural Engineers Arup; Artist’s Structural Engineers, Atelier One; Landscape Architects: HED; Fabrication Neon Circus and CMF; Art Consultants, Contemporary Art Society; Photo, Steve White. #sculpture #contemporaryart @contemporaryartsociety @rogersstirkharbour @atelier.one @arupgroup @neoncircusltd @neondom @susanshepherd