Timber Wave at the V & A

Inaugurated a few days ago in London, this ephemeral structure of wood and metal adorns the main entrance to the Victoria & Albert Museum. Sponsored by the American Hardwood Export Council (AHEC), it was designed by architect Amanda Levete in collaboration with ARUP engineers. Amounting to over 12 meters high, the Timber Wave is a free-standing structure consisting of thin slices of red oak and metal parts.

via Timber Wave by Amanda Levete

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