Architectural mesh for Marks and Spencer Archive Building

Architectural mesh for Marks and Spencer Archive Building

Sculptor David Mayne selected Langton woven wire mesh from The Locker Group to represent the cascading folds of a stylised roll of fabric. The sculpture is situated outside the Marks and Spencer Archive Building within the grounds of Leeds University campus.

The sculpture was funded courtesy of Groundwork Environmental Consultants (Leeds) and Marks and Spencer.

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