Padded leather panels twist their way across the ceiling in the lobby of the 22 Bishopsgate skyscraper in London as part of an installation developed for the office building by leather specialist Bill Amberg Studio.
The atrium spans the ground and first floor of the 62-storey skyscraper, which was designed by PLP Architecture and completed in 2020.
This lobby, known as The Library, serves as the centre point between the building’s two entrances and doubles as a gallery showing temporary art exhibitions.
Bill Amberg Studio has created a ceiling installation for the 22 Bishopsgate lobby
The brief called for an installation with visual impact to draw people into the space
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