The Glass Mill Building London

Glass Mill building is a new leisure facility created with a kinetic glass facade designed by artist Phil Coy. A palette of 1,800 glass pixels form a multicoloured grid across the vast curved facade of the building. The grid is backlit, fitted with sensors which through computer programming, respond to the level of external sound around from traffic noise to human voice’s. Glass Mill won best Built Project-community scale in 2014 for “it’s transformational impact on the wider area, benefits to the local community, design and ingenuity” Client: London Place making agency Future\city
This image is part of a series of architectural shots of the building along with a time-lapse film and 360 degree panoramic images.

Please click here to see the video and read more on the background story about the project

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