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  • Greg Bradley

    Thomas Heatherwick sculpture I

  • Eliza Frances

    Bleigiessen- Heatherwick Studio

  • Michael LaForte

    Bleigiessen by Thomas Heatherwick at Wellcome Trust in London. It's 30 meters high indoors with an adjacent elevator to view it in it's entirety. Bleigiessen means 'lead guessing' and is a New Year's Eve tradition in Europe where lead is poured into water and the shape tells your fortune. This giant bleigiessen is made of large glass beads suspended from stainless steel wire. Go see it!

    3L Hodumont

    Installation Art - Bleigiessen /By Heatherwick studio

  • MCL.

    "Bleigiessen" by Heatherwick Studio (2006) @ Wellcome Trust, London, UK - 142,000 glass spheres (15 tonnes in total) suspended on 27,000 high tensile steel wires (amounting to just under one million meters)

  • Clare Gibson

    Bleigiessen sculpture, by Thomas Heatherwick; it references the German New Year's Eve tradition of plumbomancy, or dropping molten lead into water and then predicting the future from any symbolic shapes formed. (Wellcome Trust)

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