Landmark Project

17   —    25 Sep 2022

Architecture / Landscape, Interiors & Furniture, Urban Design

17 SepOpen 24h

18 SepOpen 24h

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20 SepOpen 24h

21 SepOpen 24h

22 SepOpen 24h

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24 SepOpen 24h

25 SepOpen 24h

In Person

Free, no ticket required

Centre Point

St Giles Square



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Swivel brings colour and interactivity to St Giles Square, a vibrant public space beside Tottenham Court Road.

This area of London is a place of transition: from underground train links including the newly opened Elizabeth Line to performance venues; historical sites to experiential food halls, yet they’re set against a grey concrete backdrop. Swivel is a celebration of materiality and movement, and invites the public to have a moment in this space. Through unexpected hues and patterns, Swivel will brighten up this area and offer a juxtaposing natural material to a square that is surrounded by many man-made structures – from the Brutalist Centre Point to contemporary glass buildings. The square has many points of entry, and Swivel allows people to pause their journey, and enjoy this playground of seating.