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Dandelion Bloom Concept
Dandelion Bloom Concept

Taking a seed from Heatherwick's UK Pavilion at (Shanghail Expo 2010), a dandelion blooms on the edge of the River Thames.

Finding the Oldest Element
Finding the Oldest Element

A church exists nearby and becomes the site of choice.

Responding to the Tide
Responding to the Tide

A moment that was only reachable when the tide was low enough. Otherwise during high tide the petals on the roof of the folly would collapse.

Dandelion Bloom Concept
Dandelion Bloom Concept

Taking a seed from Heatherwick's UK Pavilion at (Shanghail Expo 2010), a dandelion blooms on the edge of the River Thames.

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Dandelion Folly - 2013

Following the success of Heatherwick's UK Pavilion (Dandelion Pavilion) at the Shanghai Expo 2010, the project continued the narrative by creating a folly on the River Thames.

This was part of my Design work at the University of Westminster whilst undertaking my undergraduate studies under the supervision of Constance Lau (DS03) 


 

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