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Redscape Pavilion by McCloy and Muchemwa, 01 of 05.

Redscape Pavilion by McCloy and Muchemwa, 01 of 05.

London Architectural Photographer, 02 of 05.

London Architectural Photographer, 02 of 05.

Glimpse into interior of pavilion, 03 of 05.

Glimpse into interior of pavilion, 03 of 05.

The temporary pavilion was located in Leeds city centre, 05 of 05.

The temporary pavilion was located in Leeds city centre, 05 of 05.

Interior photograph showing the public art activities occurring within, 05 of 05.

Interior photograph showing the public art activities occurring within, 05 of 05.

Redscape Pavilion, Leeds, 2021, McCloy Muchemwa Architects
London-based architects McCloy and Muchemwa created this temporary structure in Leeds City Centre, where it formed the backdrop to a series of community arts-based activities. Inspired by Duchamp, the design seeks to alter perceptions about the relationship between art and everyday objects. Barriers deliberately interrupt pedestrian flows through the area, creating a maze-like quality to the experience of passing through. Red structures, seating, cushions, carpets and artificial grass complete the scheme, allowing places for play and spectating as well as taking part in the activities.
Photography completed over one day. (All images copyright Simon Kennedy, London Architectural Photographer)
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