A Gust of Wind | Paul Cocksedge Studio

30 September, 2010


Paul Cocksedge / A Gust of Wind 2010 / Photograph by Mark Cocksedge

PROJECT A Gust of Wind
EXHIBITION London Design Festival
LOCATION Victoria and Albert Museum, London
DESIGNER Paul Cocksedge
DURATION 18:30 – 22:00, 24 September 2010
PHOTOGRAPHY Mark Cocksedge

In a spellbinding temporary installation for the London Design Festival, designer Paul Cocksedge suspended three hundred curvaceous pieces of Corian® in the V&A Museum. The ‘pages’, which were given away during the event, represented a stack of paper blown into the air by a gust of wind. Each of these limited edition pieces was engraved and then handmade by Paul Cocksedge. They function as paper trays, becoming a place for wandering paper to gather.

This installation was made possible through collaboration with the London Design Festival, V&A and DuPont™ Corian®.


Paul Cocksedge / A Gust of Wind 2010 / Photograph by Mark Cocksedge


Paul Cocksedge / A Gust of Wind 2010 / Photograph by Mark Cocksedge

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