Imperial College London has enlisted Studio Tonne to help it create 200m-long graphics for an internal walkway. The space will serve as an area where students can display acti-vity notices and posters. This ‘communication exchange’ is intended to form part of the art installation, which is based on the visual form of a notebook. It will be installed in July.
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