Inspired by the flow of water from the River Fleet that runs beneath Farringdon, this lighting feature drifts through 20 Farringdon Street. Emanating from the numbers that sit above the entrance portal on the façade, the 650 light batons gently pulse as if inspired by the movement of water, guiding visitors on a journey through the reception and beyond.

This carefully considered piece also has the option of being set to a continual, steady glow of light, which reflects Farringdon’s perpetual flow of energy and movement, echoing the motion of passers-by outside. The light installation continues into the building’s core as it pours through the stairwells, encouraging visitors to be led by foot to their destination.


The Facts:


25 x 15m


Light batons


HB Reavis


Farringdon, London


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