Client: Bermondsey council

The origin of the term ‘eíkosi’ derives from the Greek language meaning twenty. An icosahedron has twenty faces, the rules of this shape have been the building blocks for many forms in architecture. Celebrating temporary architecture, a site specific installation for Bermondsy square that manipulates the original icosahedron geometry found in the square.

Designed in collaboration: James Fox & Luke Kilpatrick, London. Thanks to Mathias Gmachl with computational support