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Heart of Architecture by Giles Miller Studio

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The Heart of Architecture by Giles Miller Studio takes the form of a giant sculptural ‘target board’

The installation at the foot of St John’s Gate references the fact that Clerkenwell now hosts more architects per square mile than anywhere else in Europe.

Giles Miller Studio worked with metal fabricators Tecan to create the structure which is formed from thousands of brass and stainless steel ‘pixels’ that reflect the light in different ways.

Giles Miller said: ‘We designed this target so as to stamp Clerkenwell on the map.’

Miller added: ‘We took a single pixel and angled it in two different directions, with the result that the light changes as you move around the installation.’

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