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Myerscough builds pop-up viewing platform on Swedish bridge

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Morag Myerscough and Luke Morgan have released these pictures of a colourful, temporary installation on Stockholm’s Norrbro Bridge

The 10m-tall installation, entitled Superstructure, formed a gateway to Stockholm’s Kulturfestival which took place earlier this month.

For the festival’s tenth anniversary Myerscough and Morgan were commissioned by the British Council and festival creative director Claes Karlsson to design an eyecatching, fun, and functional structure based on the festival’s theme of the United Kingdom.

Shipping containers and scaffolding poles were used to create a viewing platform offering views which would not be possible when the bridge was normally open to traffic.

The signs and painted elements of the viewing platform were created by young people in a series of workshops run in the City of Stockholm’s warehouses.

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Project data

Location Stockholm, Sweden
Type of project installation
Designers Morag Myerscough and Luke Morgan
Client The City of Stockholm and the British Council
Completed August 2015

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