Atoll. Artist installations to attract the public to a new pedestrian route
Atoll. Artist installations to attract the public to a new pedestrian route

British artist Morag Myerscough designs a series of works and installations on the ground floor of a public space in Finsbury Avenue Square, Broadgate. Atoll and the artist's other colourful installations act as a focal point towards a new pedestrian route

The focal point of the installations is the colorful Atoll that encourages the public to use the newly opened pathway. The lower level of Atoll is occupied by a cafeteria, while the upper level takes up the profile of three London townhouses. It was the city of London that inspired Myerscough for Atoll, having lived there his entire life

Atoll. Artist installations to attract the public to a new pedestrian route

The installation continues throughout the atrium with large decorated walls. The large living area also reflects the mix of colors with handmade and hand-painted seating with velvet upholstered cushions, tables, benches and planters, designed and created by Luke Morgan and Morag at their local Hoxton studio

Atoll. Artist installations to attract the public to a new pedestrian route

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