This impressive Timber Wave installation was recently unveiled at the entrance to the Victoria and Albert Museum, where it welcomes visitors to the London Design Festival. The giant three-story tall timber construction rises above people passing beneath it, transforming the front of the magnificent museum.
The waving installation is constructed from oil-treated American oak, using furniture making lamination techniques. The multilayered wave rolls up into a curve as though it were one dynamic crest, and it’s every bit as dramatic as the entrance archway beneath it. This unique asymmetric structure will grace the steps of the V&A until October 15th.