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Bridging art & science

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This is a big week for Wilkinson Eyre, with an exhibition called Bridging art and science opening at the Science Museum (6 April to 20 May), and the publication of a book of the same name.Wilkinson Eyre's work is firmly rooted in the belief that architecture should bridge the intuitive and creative approach of art and the rigorous/rational decision-making making process of science. Both art and science are concerned with the study of nature and Wilkinson Eyre's aesthetic and technical solutions draw inspiration from the geometry, structures and proportions which already exist in the natural world. Plants, rocks, bone structures, shells, landscapes and the molecular structures visible through an electron microscope offer an infinite range of possibilities.

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