50,000 metal triangles make up British designer Benjamin Hubert’s undulating Foil installation, which casts light onto the V&A’s medieval tapestries.
Created through his studio Layer, Foil is a 20-metre-long kinetic sculpture running down the London museum’s elongated tapestry room.
Tiny triangles of stainless steel cover the structure, which was created with support from Braun and takes inspiration from the German manufacturer’s electric razors.
“We wanted to take some of that super-German engineering, and some of the things people overlook in shavers and products like that and turn up the volume on it, turn up the scale,” Hubert told Dezeen.
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