Pedestrian Heart

A £6.5 million in a scheme to refurbish the centre of  Darlington including:

  1. Steps which linked two parallel streets in the town centre showcasing the Victorian facades which had previously been obscured and greatly improving  pedestrian flow.
  2. A cascade of water which ran down the steps reflecting the history of the site as a meat market and alluding to the washing down of the blood at the end of each market day. 
  3. Barcodes integrated into street furniture, which when scanned would reveal the street furniture’s cost, materials and date of construction.
  4. A sculpture called Life Pulse which registered visitors’ heart rates and illuminated them. 

88 Gifford Street, London, N1 0DF

00 44 (0)7859 713 853

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