Gateway Sculpture Shortlisted for National Award
The Manor Royal Gateway Improvement project has been shortlisted by British BIDs for a national award. We'll discover if we have won (against stiff competition) at the upcoming National BIDs Conference later this month!
The new and original sculpture was designed by Allen Scott Landscape Architecture, and has the dual purpose of being both a way-marker and an artistic tribute to Manor Royal's business and industrial traditions.
It depicts a super-sized "M" synonymous with the Manor Royal brand and stands 9 metres high by 20 metres wide. The design is inspired by engineering and manufacturing in its construction and use of materials while reflecting aspects of nature created by different sized perforations on the cladding to imprint images of trees.
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