We’re pleased to announce that The Tide, Geronimo, and Head in the Wind are now officially unveiled to the public at Greenwich Peninsula!
The first kilometre of The Tide, designed by Diller Scofidio + Renfro, is officially complete and is open to the public. Greenwich Peninsula is hosting a free opening festival over 13th – 14th July called the 'Turning Tides Festival'.
After the success of redesigning a run-down railway line in New York to create the beautiful 'Highline', architects Diller Scofidio + Renfro brought their talents to Greenwich Peninsula, for our client Knight Dragon, and designed The Tide - a 5km walkway in Greenwich.
Throughout the new and improved area, art installations occupy the public space and we provided our services to two of these sculptures!
Geronimo, by Fondazione Geronimo – 25 vibrantly coloured water droplets designed by the LA-based artist. This sculpture will be open to the public and is part of the Turning Tides Festival.
Head in the Wind, by Allen Jones, is also on show at the Tide. Head in the Wind is a towering sculpture that has been designed to be seen at all angles, from the walkways above and the pedestrian area below!
For more information on The Tide, click the link below.
Click below for information on the festival.